Bailiff had people on the internet either in stitches or scratching their heads after rumors surfaced online that he paid strippers in Las Vegas with fake money on his face. 21 Wild and Chris Brown were among those who were amused by the R&B singer’s fake bills, printed in denominations of $ 1, $ 20 and $ 100.
Tuesday, April 13, 21 and Breezy shared photos of themselves joking around with the fake cash.
“You’re not the only ones with this money,” the Atlanta rhymer captioned a picture of himself handing out the signing money.
Meanwhile, Breezy posted a photo on his Instagram Story of a $ 20 bill with Ursha Baby’s face in place of former President Andrew Jackson, which is printed on the actual bill. In the picture, Chris Brown typed: “When I say the boy has his own money … A boy has his own money.” the Slime & B The artist also tagged Usher in his post.
It turns out that despite rumors claiming that Bailiff reportedly paid a few dancers at the Sapphire Las Vegas Gentlemen’s Club fake money, his team is debunking hearsay. According to a report by TMZ On Monday April 12, a member of the native Georgia team left the fake cash on stage as a joke, but also to promote his next one. Residence in Las Vegas.
The outlet also claims that Usher not only spent thousands on the club’s exotic dancers, but also indulged in bottle service and allegedly tipped club staff.
Reports of Usher dropping fake bills at the strip club apparently come from a named Instagram user @ beel0ove. The anonymous woman posted pictures of the money on her Instagram story and asked the question, “Ladies, what would you do if you were dancing the night away for the usher and he threw that ??”
The woman wrote in another social media post: “And the money has no value whatsoever! Lmao don’t you think he should be blasted on social media for this shit?” While she did not tag Bailiff in the post, we can assume that the woman was referring to the Hard II Love singer and alluded to his fake moola.
XXL has contacted the Sapphire Las Vegas Gentlemen’s Club for comment on this matter.
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