Paws down, poor little Gaga monsters
Lady Gaga‘s Taiwan fans are asking their pop goddess for help and complaining her concert ticket prices are way too high!
“We r little monster from TAIWAN, We love GAGA, but we can’t afford the ticket price!” read their appeal posted on the website LittleMonsters.com.
They said a ticket for the floor section is set at an unreasonable price of NT$12,800 ($457), nearly a half of a university graduate’s starting salary a month.
They accused the organizer KHAM of capitalizing on the passion of little monsters for their idol.
“My goddess Gaga, please help us…” ended the post.
Errr… do you really think Gaga will respond by lowering prices?
KHAM previously said the price scheme had been approved by Gaga’s team, which means they don’t mind if the majority of their fans have to tighten their belts for a couple of months just for one night of pleasure.
What’s more, more than 15,000 tickets, about 90 percent of the total, were sold on Saturday, bringing in cash of NT$100 million.
Look at how long the line was for tickets and how many scalpers tried to cut the line. I bet you the tickets will soon be hawked online or outside the venue on that night at a shocking price several times their face value.
KHAM also revealed the total budget for Gaga’s one night concert in Taipei on May 17 will be around NT$150 million.
So unless Gaga charges less for her performance, no one would wanna do a money-losing business.
Paws down, poor little monsters.