Normal people have to pay a cover fee, but these 10 celebrities actually get paid to go clubbing. You read it right, believe it or not, club owners pay good money to have celebrities appear at their club. Everyone wants to party at the hottest clubs with the hottest stars, and these 10 celebrities get the biggest paycheck just to walk in the door. Be sure to check back for part two of this article, with the top five celebrities who get paid the most to party!
Number Ten: Nicki Minaj. This princess of pop gets quite the pay day when she goes out for a night on the town. Originally from Trinidad, Minaj is best known for talents in rapping, singing, and songwriting. She receives a lot of recognition for her hot, Billboard Top Five reaching single, Super Bass, and gets a check for $35,000 when she enters a club.
Number Nine: Scott Disick. Famous for being the love toy of Kourtney Kardashian, Scott Disick is still milking the fruits of his former relationship. Although he really hasn’t earned any notable achievements for himself other than association to fame, club owners are still willing to pay him anywhere from $50,000- $100,000 just to walk in the door.
Number Eight: T.I. American actor and hip hop artist T.I. has the talent and reputation that club owners are just dying to get their hands on. He receives a large sum of about $110,000 to party at a club. I wonder how much it would cost to get him to perform.
Number Seven: Kendrick Lamar. Currently one of the most trending hip-hop hit-makers of today, Kendrick Lamar is a highly valued club-goers on the party scene. To appear at a club, this talented star charges $125,000.
Number Six: Toni Braxton. Multi-talented and iconic party girl Toni Braxton has the reputation to charge whatever she wants for her personal appearance to a club. Being wildly successful and well known in many fields of Hollywood such as singing, songwriting, producing, acting, playing the piano, producing records, and philanthropy, the club goddess fixes that price anywhere from $150,000 to $250,000. Stay tuned for part two of this list, coming soon!