Tech N9ne is gearing up for his Kansas City Chiefs to play in the Super Bowl … by hosting a party at a famous Las Vegas strip club across the street from the football field!!!
The Strange Music co-founder is working with Crazy Horse 3, kicking off their Super Bowl party lineup Thursday night at a special event — and they’re making sure he’s all set to do his thing for the big weekend … and yes, the specifics are very stripper-friendly.
Our sources say Tech N9ne’s contract calls for him to get $20,000 in singles to throw in the club. Yeah, it’s gonna be raining greenbacks in there … and Tech’s gonna be tossin’ cash.
Tech N9ne’s deal also includes a supply of 10 magnum bottles of 10 tequila — those are the big boys — with 5 bottles of Clase Azul and 5 bottles of Don Julio 1942. Nothing but the best for Tech.
The guy’s a massive Chiefs fan and his “Red Kingdom” song has kinda become the unofficial team anthem … so we’re guessing the crowd is gonna favor KC.
NFL players expected to appear include … Dallas Cowboys wideout KaVontae Turpin, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Riq Woolen, Los Angeles Chargers linebacker Daiyan Henley, Washington Commanders cornerback Emmanuel Forbes Jr. and Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Joey Porter Jr.
Almost beats playing in the actual game, right? Well .. almost. 😆
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