Jay Park Treats Lucky Fans to Over $10,000 Worth of Drinks

"Yes, I bought shots for everybody."

Jay Park surprised fans with a generous treat on Monday!

After wrapping up his “SEXY 4EVA” World Tour in his home of Seattle, the Korean American artist invited his audience to an afterparty.

Nearly 1,000 fans reportedly showed up, and to their surprise, got drinks courtesy of their idol!

Apparently, Park spent a total of $10,239.30 on shots, as seen in an Instagram post from the event.

 

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Yes I bought shots for everybody 🤷‍♂️

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“Sold out merch, sold out show, but soul still intact. Seattle, thank you for making me feel special,” Park wrote in a follow-up post.

“I will continue to try to rep us the best way I possibly can. Thank you to all the artists that pulled up, we are a f**kin dope a** city with dope a** artists of all kind, swaggy as sh*t.”

 

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Sold out Merch Sold out Show but soul still intact. Seattle thank you for making me feel special 🙏 i will continue to try to rep us the best way I possibly can. Thank you to all the artists that pulled up we are a fuckin dope ass city with dope ass artists of all kind swaggy as shit 🔥 I asked the staff at Q at the afterparty if anybodies bought shots for the whole fully packed club before they said “you the first one” 🤷‍♂️ hope everybody had fun. A lot of love and good energy yesterday thank you for letting me take part 🙏🙏🙏❤️❤️❤️ all these blogs and publications should write about this all of the mothafuckin northwest comin together on one stage !!!

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True blue JWalkerz — the official name of Park’s fandom — would know that the former 2PM member has always been a generous idol.

In 2014, the 32-year-old artist rented a club for a release party to celebrate his second full-length album “Discovery,” where some 800 fans reportedly showed up.

 

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27 flights 26 shows 100 vitamins and ginger shots 50 gym sessions later we are now done with Asia , Europe and have only one show left in the US…. been on tour for 3 months havent been home in two. Just wanna thank God for letting everything go smoothly, for keeping us healthy and safe. Haven’t missed a flight or had to cancel a show havent lost my voice no ones been injured or fell ill. Thank you to all the promoters that booked me. Thank you to my Sexy4eva tour team all the special guests and especially to all the fans. You guys make me look good and for that i am grateful 🙏 this last show is special…only my second show in Seattle and my first sold out show in Seattle. Lotta special guests will be in the building, merch at @lklihood and after party at Q ! lets turn the city up and have the world talking bout us. Im buying shots for the whole city 😎#Sexy4evaWorldtour #Sexy4evaWeekendInSeattle

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Park, who debuted as a soloist in 2010, established his own record label, AOMG, in 2013.

AOMG currently manages artists such as Simon Dominic, Gray, Loco, Cha Cha Malone, Hoody, Elo, DJ Pumpkin, Ugly Duck, DJ Wegun and Woo Won-jae.

The final leg of Park’s “SEXY 4EVA” tour will be in Oceania, kicking off in Auckland on Jan. 8, 2020.

Instagram users commented at his lavish afterparty treat:

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