Social media reacts to paying as much as R2800 to see Toni Braxton

Social media reacts to paying as much as R2800 to see Toni Braxton

- News of Toni Braxton coming to SA to perform her worldwide 'As Long As I Live' tour got fans excited

- But the happiness was short-lived when people discovered the cost of the show tickets

- Mzansi was divided in their thoughts about wanting to attend but forking out the moola for the concert

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When news about American songstress, Toni Braxton, included South Africa, as part of her ‘As Long As I Live’ worldwide tour hit social media, people were excited. That’s until they read about the ticket prices for her shows.

The R&B singer will perform at the Johannesburg’s Ticket Pro Dome on 9 November and at Cape Town’s Grand Arena, Grand West Casino on 12 November. Tickets range from R650 to R2880.

But due to our current economy, Mzansi was divided on whether they could afford to fork out that big amount to see Toni Braxton perform live in concert.

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Here are a few reactions from people who were keen to go:

But there was also a bunch of people who were worried about the price of the ticket, saying it was too expensive. Take a look below at a few comments:

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Meanwhile, earlier today, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest is supposed to give the deets on his upcoming Fill Up concert any time now, and fans can hardly wait.

The rapper's been keeping Mzansi in suspense for so long, he could easily use the whole thing as inspiration for a dramatic TV show.Well, he kind of did.

Cassper shared a video on Twitter that shows him being shouted at by his main man, Carpo, who is demanding a date for #FillUp. Cassper is seen getting downcast while sad music plays in the background. It's comedic gold.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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