Cap Peeler said:
and it seems like you don't understand something pretty obvious which is Economics
Clubs don't make millions of dollars a night. I've worked in clubs and high end clubs since I was 17 and in the places where i've worked, we have brought in celebrities to perform not just to make an appereance and nobody charged any more than 20,000. As a matter of fact, i have friends that work at the velvet room ... thats the spot in atlanta where they have at least 2 celebrities a day and they don't be paying no near 100,000 for performances let alone appereances.
this is some ducktale s**t right here.
Your a worker, you could never understand, your a master of work an observant dish washer. The lasting effects of advertisement and promotion and the money you can get from major companies that would want to promote around such a thing is to far over your head, you cant ease drop on those conversations. If I want to know what kind of champagne Jeezy likes when he is n the velvet room I'll be sure to look u up.
Oh and my opinion economics, and if you study economics you will find it is defined many different ways by many different scholars, is basically nothing but the study of how different cultures or people of different kinds spend their money, and I really don't think it has anything to do with what we are debating, because I think it's well confirmed people are willing to spend their money on Lil Wayne and there is no doubt in anyone's mind that this club will be sold out that night, but we are discussing whether or not the club can actually profit over a million after spending this million on his appearance and for me it easy to know but really I am explaining what I know.