Outraged Aussie fans claim they were BROKEN DOWN by internet sensation Hasbulla during his tour Down Under after paying up to $300 to meet the pint-sized Russian
- Internet star Hasbulla Magomedov toured Australia last month
- But some fans felt ripped off by the speed of the meet-and-greet
- Tickets to meet the TikTok sensation cost between $250 and $299
- One of the four dates on the tour was canceled on short notice
Fans in Australia have complained that they felt “ripped off” after a meet-and-greet with internet star Hasbulla Magomedov passed before it started.
The Twitter and TikTok sensation toured Sydney and Melbourne late last month for a tour with the Hour Group.
Ticket prices for the meet-and-greet event were between $250 and $299 and included a professional photo with the 19-year-old Russian, a post and a cardboard cutout of him.
Australian fans were reportedly unimpressed by the speed of the meet-and-greet event with internet sensation Hasbulla Magomedov
But it seems that fans got a lot less than advertised.
“I was expecting at least a minute, or a few minutes where we would have some sort of conversation or interaction with Hasbulla,” said a fan named Krimil, who attended the event at Le Montage in Sydnety. Junkee.
“You know, even in the promotional videos they said ‘we’re going to hit you, kick you’ like Hasbulla does.
“But unfortunately there was essentially nothing. You walk on stage, it’s about thirty seconds at the most, and you just walk away.’
Hasbulla met South Sydney Rabbitohs players during his visit to Australia last month
Hasbulla has become an internet sensation spending time with UFC stars Khabib Nurmagomedov (above) and Alexander Volkanovski
The little teen has a genetic condition that stunts his growth and has given him a high-pitched voice.
Hasbulla has become an internet sensation spending time with UFC stars Khabib Nurmagomedov and Alexander Volkanovski, who defended him after he was attacked on Twitter by former UFC champion Conor McGregor.
However, the Sydney event did not live up to Hasbulla’s burgeoning reputation.
“From Hasbulla’s perspective, I understand that it wasn’t really his fault, but more the people who organized it who could have made sure that every single person who came on stage had at least a minute,” Krimil added.
Hasbulla toured Australia last month with dates in Sydney and Melbourne
He literally just sat there. There was no movement. He never said anything.
“It was horrible, like I don’t expect to pay $250 and then get nothing in return. I could have just edited a photo while Hasbulla just sat with me and it wouldn’t have cost me any money.’
His friend Istiak was equally disappointed with the tight security, which prevented fans from taking photos in the hall.
“We came to see this little guy, but now you’re just ruining the whole experience for all of us,” Istiak said of the tight ship. “I understand we couldn’t use our phone to take a picture, but we should be able to record from afar while standing in line