Update: Read a review of Soulja Boy's performance at Broward mall and check out photos from the concert here.
If you're like County Grind, it was already a given that this Saturday afternoon was gonna be all-mall, all the time. It's not gonna be Aventura, CityPlace, or the Galleria this weekend, though. We need some fresh kicks for school this fall, and in addition to Cinnabon for brunch, a little snack at Auntie Anne's, and a dinner feast at Panda Express, we've got Soulja Boy sweetening the deal at Broward Mall in Plantation.
Lately, the name Soulja Boy had mostly prompted thoughts of the $55 million jet that he reportedly bought late last month -- but that turned out to be bogus. So maybe he's flying commercial to get down here, but no matter. At 2 p.m. sharp, the "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" star is set to get things poppin' on the mall's first floor as part of the mstylelab Concert Tour. Check the flier below!
Another reason to Superman your way over to the mall: The first 300 customers to make a $35 purchase in mstyle for Juniors or Young
Men's on Saturday will receive a complimentary autographed photo of your boy.
This could be your best chance to kiss him -- not thru a phone.
Soulja Boy as part of the Macy's mstylelab concert tour. Saturday,
August 13. Macy's in the Broward Mall, 8000 W. Broward Blvd., First
Floor, Plantation. The event begins at 2 p.m., and admission is free.
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