Image Courtesy Gomillion & Leupold/UniversalWho says selling out arenas is an easy task? Keri Hilson has responded to critics who ridiculed her recent performance opening for Lenny Kravitz at the AT&T Playoff Playlist Live arena in Dallas, a stadium that holds up to 18,500 people but which was largely empty during her set.
After catching wind of the mocking memes and clips floating around on social media, Keri made sure to let everyone know how much she got paid for the show, which, according to published reports filled up considerably by the time the night’s headliner hit the stage.
“I spent my day being ridiculed for getting paid $100,000 in one night, to do what I love 4 years after being publicly relevant. FML,” she tweeted.
Meanwhile, Keri has been focusing on recording her upcoming, third album, which will be her first in nearly six years, following 2009’s No Boys Allowed.
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