Pop star Justin Bieber turned down $5-million offer to sing at GOP convention: Report
Washington, July 30: Pop star Justin Bieber reportedly rejected an offer worth $5 million to perform at a Republican convention at the party's national convention held in Cleveland between July 18-21, TMZ reported.
The 22-year-old Canadian singer and songwriter was offered the sum by GOP donors for a 45-minute performance at the Quicker Loans Arena where the convention was held but the latter's team refused to get linked with a political party.
Bieber's management said so despite being assured by the event management that his performance would not mean an endorsement of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump or the party's policies, TMZ reported.
The report even said that Beiber's manager Scooter Braun and his agency CAA had reservations over the "Sorry" singer showing support for the GOP since Braun himself is a big fan of Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential candidate who will take on Trump in this year's election in November.