Spice who’s career began back in the early 2000s is still relevant in 2019, in fact she’s the reigning Queen of the dancehall hence now she’s demanding Queenly wages for her work. While we are unsure what could have caused this private info to be leaked, many persons are happy it did and they are having a lot to say about the charges, both good and bad but mostly bad.
Grace Latoya Hamilton who was born on the 6th of August 1982, known professionally as Spice his the talk of the day in dancehall, it seems someone tried to book the dancehll queen but was unable to meet the costs and out of anger shared it online for the world to see.
See statement from Spice’s team below, with regards to Booking her.
“It will cost you over $18,000 USD if you are interested in booking Dancehall entertainer and Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star, Spice, for your upcoming event.
The booking fee for the Jamaican deejay was reportedly leaked on social media last week.
Along with the $18,000 USD charge for Spice’s performance, she also requests traveling for five persons.
Spice’s rider includes five airline tickets (two first class and three economy seats).
Accommodation for Spice and her crew which includes her Team Spice dancers should be at a five-star hotel (A one-bedroom suite for the artist and four single occupancy rooms with king beds in each room).
Spice also requests $125 USD per day and $85 USD per team member including travel days.” while there are most costs associated we we unable to obtain more info.
Fans react online after her Bookings Fee leaked, While most stated her cost to perform is too much a notable few suggested that she should charge more.
Spice Returns to Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta on March 25th
In a recent interview with the Jamaica Star Spice stated that “My character and storyline this season will be based on Black Hypocrisy. They (the producers) want to dabble more into that story, and I think it’s something worth discussing on that platform,”
Spice strongly believes that the Love and Hip Hop show puts her on a bigger platform than where she was at before, she stated “If I wasn’t on Love & Hip Hop, so many international media wouldn’t carry my Black Hypocrisy picture. I would just be a girl from Jamaica. I believe it was the franchise that allowed so many international press to get more familiar with my brand and what I’m about”