As per her contract, the American rapper got to keep the R10m deposit she was paid for the cancelled gig.
According to a report by Eyewitness News (EWN) on Tuesday, the ANCYL in Tshwane is now demanding that Minaj pay back the non-refundable deposit. Meaning if you pay and you cancel your show, it's on you. You ain't getting your money back. But ANCYL is now saying if Nicki Minaj doesn't want to return the money, she should give it to charity.
“She knows that she hasn’t worked for the money and there are many charities that she can donate the money to. We don’t want taxpayers’ money to be used on boob jobs.” Lesego Makhubela of the ANC Youth League said