Tech N9ne, the co-founder of Strange Music, is getting ready for the Super Bowl by hosting a party at a renowned Las Vegas strip club, conveniently located across the street from the football field. Teaming up with Crazy Horse 3, Tech N9ne will kick off the Super Bowl party lineup on Thursday night at a special event that promises to be stripper-friendly.
According to sources, Tech N9ne's contract ensures that he will receive $20,000 in singles to throw in the club. It's going to be a spectacle with dollar bills raining down, as Tech N9ne indulges in the strip club's atmosphere. Additionally, his deal includes a supply of 10 magnum bottles of 10 tequila, with 5 bottles of Clase Azul and 5 bottles of Don Julio 1942. Tech N9ne is definitely not settling for anything less than the best.
As a devoted Kansas City Chiefs fan, Tech N9ne's song "Red Kingdom" has become somewhat of an unofficial team anthem. It's safe to assume that the crowd at the strip club will be pro-Kansas City Chiefs, adding to the excitement of the Super Bowl.
The party is expected to draw the presence of NFL players such as KaVontae Turpin from the Dallas Cowboys, Riq Woolen from the Seattle Seahawks, Daiyan Henley from the Los Angeles Chargers, Emmanuel Forbes Jr. from the Washington Commanders, and Joey Porter Jr. from the Pittsburgh Steelers.
While it may not be the same as playing in the actual game, Tech N9ne's Super Bowl party promises to be an unforgettable experience for both the attendees and the host himself.