EXCLUSIVE: Singer JoJo – 2004 Platinum Record for Sale at New Jersey Flea Market
Singer JoJo might want to take a trip to a New Jersey flea market … to buy back a platinum record given for 1 million records sold was being hawked for only a couple hundred bucks.
The platinum plaque was given by Universal Music to David Nathan – an exec at the label – for JoJo’s 2004 self-titled debut album selling over 1 million copies, which he worked closely on with the singer.
The record was spotted at the Collingwood Flea Market in New Jersey last week. The couple selling the plaque claimed to have obtained it from a foreclosed home.
The sellers didn’t set a price but were open to offers of a couple hundred dollars. It’s unclear if they found a buyer. If not we know Nik Richie will purchase and hang in his office. Please reach out to us.