When it comes to throwing parties, A1 entertainment CEO Kevin Obia doesn’t play games. The city tycoon, who is known for his flashy lifestyle on Friday hosted American rapper Rick Ross aka Tajiri at his Lavington residence.
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The Pre-party was attended by the who is who in the local East African showbiz industry plus politicians.
From socialite Vera Sidika, Fundi Frank, DJ Pierra Makena, rich kid Sean Andrew, businessman Jared Otieno, Tanzania’s Rommy Jones, Diamond Platnumz manager Sallam, Showbiz Guru Budhaa Blaze, to artistes Otile Brown, Prezzo, Shaffie Weru, celebrity stylist Eric Onewash, MP Babu Owino, businessman and politician (Allan the owner of 40-40 club) were among those in attendance.
The party, which was held before Rick Ross’ performance at the Carnivore Simba Saloon on Saturday, was one of a kind and according to a source, who was invited, Obia splashed millions on the event.
Big Square, one of the top restaurants in the country, was the food suppliers and this was the first time they did outside catering. Drinks were in plenty and the guests sipped on expensive brandys and champagne.
Guys, let me break it down for you. Here is how musch money was slurged for Rick Ross’ private party.
Hennessy XO 750ML goes for Ksh 24,000 per bottle, which means if he bought 50 bottles, he spent Sh1.2 million.
Don Perignon Champagne was also on the menu and a 750Ml bottle is worth Ksh 25,000. So, for 50 bottles he spent Sh1.25 million.
Belaire Rare Rose, Rare Luxe, Rare Brut 750 ml go for Sh6,000 per bottle, meaning if he bought 50 of them, he used Sh300,000
Kevin Obia roughly used close to Sh5 million inclusive of drinks, food, security, entertainment and decor. Just for that night.
Rick Ross gave an electric performance at the Carnivore Grounds leaving revelers yearning for more. The boss fell in love with Nairobi and in one of his posts he wrote:
“Live from Nairobi, Kenya The Boss aka ‘Tajiri’ excited about tonight’s performance. cool interviews, beautiful people and now my second home.”
Check out photos from Rick Ross’ pre-party in Nairobi, Kenya.
A1 entertainment company is fast establishing it’s self as a company that books the world’s top superstars for gigs across Africa. So far, the luxury brand has brought Jamaican reggae and dancehall singer Kranium to Kenya.
They also partnered with NRG radio to bring Rick Ross to the country,