Snoop Dogg was paid $1million to perform at a children's Halloween party held at the home of a network executive.
Starz CEO Chris Albrecht and wife Tina Trahan booked both the rapper and DJ Khaled to perform at the bash thrown in Santa Monica, reported Page Six.
It is unknown if Khaled was paid and, if so, for what amount.
Albrecht and Trahan threw the party for 75 kids aged between seven and 12.
Snoop Dogg (left) was paid $1million to perform at a children's Halloween party held at the home of a network executive. DJ Khaled (right) was also booked but it is unknown if he was paid and, if so, for what amount
Starz CEO Chris Albrecht and wife Tina Trahan (pictured) threw the party for 75 kids aged between seven and 12 with Snoop and Khaled being 'surprise performers'
The sprawling white home was transformed into a haunted house complete with a funeral parlor and mausoleum.
A source told the news site that Snoop was on his 'best behavior' for the children, and 'the only smoke was coming from the fog machine' - a reference to the rapper being well-known for smoking marijuana.
Allegedly, both 'Snoop and Khaled were surprise performers - none of the kids or their parents knew they were performing, and the kids went wild.
'Snoop performed in the living room, transformed into a spooky lab.'
The rapper allegedly stuck to clean versions of his songs, the source adding: 'He performed radio versions of his hits for over an hour. DJ Khaled was spinning, holding his one-year-old son Asahd.'
Starz has not replied to a request for comment.
DJ Khaled shared pictures of him, wife Nicole Tuck and son Asahd, who was dressed