Roddy Ricch backs $500,000 Show claim by sending receipts

Roddy Rich has provided proof that he currently commands $500,000 per festival performance after fans questioned his claim during a recent interview.

Friday (November 25) Joe Budden shared a clip of an upcoming episode of The Joe Budden Podcast where the show’s co-hosts were asked how much they would offer Roddy Ricch for a performance. After hearing guesses from $30,000 to $350,000, Roddy casually announced his current rate.

The claim was met with disbelief by fans in Budden’s Instagram comments section. Roddy Ricch answered the doubts on Saturday (November 26) by sharing the contract for his appearance at this year’s Governor’s Ball Music Festival, which confirms a guaranteed fee of $500,000.

According to the contract, Roddy Ricch and his team were to collect the rate in two payments: a deposit of $50,000 to be paid 31 days before the performance; and the balance of $450,000, which was due two days after the June 11 show.

Unfortunately, fans attending this year’s Governor’s Ball never got a chance to see Roddy Ricch perform as the rapper was arrested for weapons possession hours before his set.

According to TMZ, Roddy and his team were stopped at a CITI Field security checkpoint as they entered the venue for his performance. Authorities searched the vehicle where they found a loaded firearm, nine rounds of ammunition and a large magazine.

Ultimately, Roddy and two other individuals were arrested and charged with four counts of criminal possession of a weapon, possession of a large ammunition stock, and unlawful possession of that device.

Despite not making it to the Governor’s Ball and having to cancel the very first performance of the year – the SNL in January, due to exposure to COVID-19 – Roddy Ricch maintained an active schedule this year.

The day after he missed the first of two New York City shows that weekend in June, Roddy Ricch took the stage at Met Life Stadium for Hot 97’s Summer jam. He then announced that he would join Post Malone on the 33-city North American leg Twelve karat toothache tripwhich started on 10 September.

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Prior to the tour, Roddy Ricch also performed on Open Air Frauenfeld Festival in Switzerland and Great Britain Wireless festival in July.

Roddy Rich was just as busy in the studio performing on new projects 2 Chainz, Symba and YG before you deliver the long-awaited Feed The Streets III In November.

He celebrated the release at literally feed the streets when he surprised customers at a Los Angeles-area grocery store by paying for their groceries just days after the project dropped.

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