Pusha T Angry About Meet And Greet Scam

(Photo: Amanda Marmor)

(Photo: Amanda Marmor)

King Push blessed Orlando last night with a show at Firestone Live, where apparently a shady figure was charging fans $75-$100 for a meet and greet with Pusha. And he wasn’t very happy with that.

“I love my family (not fans) too much to ever charge them 75-100 dollars for a meet and greet… Nothing but love for Orlando,” he tweeted last night upon learning of the scam. “I don’t charge family to meet me…u buy my albums, u come to my shows…you’ve done enough. I’ve never been that petty to charge to meet u.”

Push’s excellent solo debut My Name Is My Name dropped October 8 to positive reviews. Check the tweets below.




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  • BigDane187

    Artists that charge money for meet and greets are prostitutes.

  • http://nyctalking.com/ Angel Rodriguez

    Respect for this man. That’s real right there!

  • DC95

    Ticketmaster is refunding my money so give respect to Pusha T for being a man of his word!