Recently, Nigerian singer Asake and video director TG Omori have been making headlines due to the amount that was spent on the music video for Asake’s hit single “Joha“.
TG Omori, who recently made news for charging controversial street-hop singer Portable $50,000 to shoot a video, has come under fire for the cost of the “Joha” video. In a now-deleted tweet, the director responded to a Twitter user who claimed that he had never charged $50,000 to shoot a video in his career.
The Joha video, which was directed by TG Omori, has caused quite a stir on social media after it was revealed that the cost of the video was a whopping $165,000.
Fans have taken to Twitter to express their surprise and reactions to the news. Many have questioned how such a high fee could be justified for a music video, while others have defended the cost, arguing that the quality of the final product is worth the investment.
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While the cost of music videos has always been a topic of debate, it is important to remember that creating a high-quality visual product takes time, resources, and money. As fans, we may not always agree with the cost, but it’s important to remember that the final product is a reflection of the hard work and dedication that goes into making it.
However, TG Omori lied about the cost of Joha video production. I’m beginning to doubt if he ever chargerd $50K for production as claimed.
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