Hip-Hop Artist Flo Rida Lands in San Diego
The “My House” singer stopped into iFly, a new indoor skydiving center, in San Diego’s Mission Valley area
Hip-hop artist Flo Rida dropped into San Diego Wednesday to meet fans at a new indoor skydiving facility in Mission Valley.
The “My House” singer – also known for hits like “Low,” “Club Can’t Handle Me” and “Whistle” – visited iFLY San Diego, an indoor skydiving center located at 2385 Camino Del Rio North, which held its official grand opening over the weekend.
The recording artist landed there as part of a private meet-and-greet with 20 ENERGY 103.7 listeners who won a contest to hang out with him at the indoor skydiving space. The fans were scheduled to train and fly the wind tunnel.
Flo Rida did not suit up or wind up "In the Ayer" at the indoor skydiving spot, but he did spend some quality time with the winning fans, posing for photos and chatting.