Nigerian music video director, ThankGod Omori Jesam, better known as TG Omori has hinted that his goal is to reach a point where he charges $1 million per project.
He said that once he starts charging artistes one million dollars to shoot their music videos, he will reduce the number of jobs he accepts.
TG Omori took to his official Twitter page and noted that when that happens, he will only be doing two video shoots in a year.
He stirred mixed reactions with the tweet which read; “Once it hits a million dollar, I just need 2 videos a year.”
It may be recalled that some months back, street-hop artiste, Portable lambasted TG Omori over the amount he charges.
Portable lampooned the video director for charging $50,000 (N37 million) after reaching out to him for a job.
The Zazuu star took to his Instagram story to rant about the fee and wondered why the director was charging that much.
He said the director has started to stress him and used one of his favourite lines and noted that someone who wishes to help another person would not stress them.
He shared screenshots of their chats in a video, where he also replied to Omori with voice notes lamenting about the money being too high.
In a fresh video with some friends, Portable said he will use the money to buy acres of land in his community than to pay TG.
The Zazuu Zeh hit maker reiterated that it is not possible for him to pay someone N37 million for a music video when members of his family are looking up to him for their daily feeding.
He declared that he knows the family he comes from, and he is not crazy to the extent of making such a heavy mistake.