Jason Derulo proved he is a big spender when it comes to celebrating his success – as he racked up a $112,742 (£87,000) bill after going to number one with Savage Love.
The remix of the song, which features BTS as well as Jawsh 685, hit the nu,ber one spot on the Billboard chart – so Jason treated everyone to a drink on him.
Sharing an image of his receipt on Instagram, Jason was seen looking a tad shell-shocked as his girlfriend Jena Frumes said: ‘Congrats babe!’.
He revealed how he managed to create such an astronomical bill as a waitress was seen handing out orange-coloured shots to everyone in Catch in Los Angeles.
The waitress told the customers why they were being treated to free drinks, explaining: ‘Savage Love just went to number one so he’s buying everyone shots’.
Jason was then seen toasting with the whole bar to celebrate, even breaking a glass as he tapped it with a spoon to get everyone’s attention.
As if he needed another charge on that bill for breaking a glass…
Jason captioned the video: ‘It’s a celebration @catch! SAVAGE LOVE #1 on billboard, we did it @bts.bighitofficial@jawsh_685 ‼️’
Savage Love originated as an instrumental track on TikTok called Laxed – Siren Beat, created by Jawsh 685, before Jason laid a vocal on top when it went viral.
Jason had initially used the beat without clearance for his remix, Savage Love, but later came to an agreement with Jawsh, and the song went on to hit number one in the UK, as well as breaking the US top 10.
To increase the star power even further, the song received a second wave of popularity when BTS hopped onto the remix too.
One part of their chorus that had the ARMY hot under the collar was Jungkook dropping a swear word in his section.
He sings: ‘When you kiss me I know you don’t give two f***s’, as well as changing a line to be more gender neutral by dropping ‘girl’ from ‘girl you can use me’ in the final chorus.
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