The Detroit native rejects the offer after asking for $2 million, while the 'Bound 2' rapper demands '$1 million, plus plus plus a lot of other perks.'
Eminem and Kanye West have reportedly turned down offers to headline an NFL Owners party during Super Bowl weekend next February. Sources told TMZ that the organizers of the event wanted the Detroit rapper to perform for 1,500 lucky people in attendance.
However, they passed after Em's agents asked for $2 million. They then considered a performance from West, but his fee was also out of budget. "It was $1 million, plus plus plus a lot of other perks," a source said.
The party organizers eventually settled on Janelle Monae, who will perform for a more reasonable $150,000.
There will be several performers at various events in New York City during Super Bowl week. DJs and some big acts are going to receive $750,000 to $1 million for their services.