- Usher is catching strays on the timeline after a stripper said she gave him fake money with his face on it
- The Burn singer was doing promo for one of his latest projects and that's why he left it there
- Social media users are responding to the claims even though it has been confirmed that he left her real money
US singer Usher has been getting roasted on the timeline for allegedly giving a stripper fake money. Usher decided to go to the club and have some fun in Las Vegas. A rumour then started going around that the singer tipped the stripper with dollar bills that had his face on them.
However, according to new reports, it was found that Usher didn't give the stripper fake cash and was actually generous with his real money. He received good service and paid the stripper what she deserved.
A rep from the club said that he would actually like Usher to come back to them because of his generosity. The rumour, however, is still going around on social media and Usher is catching strays online for allegedly not paying the stripper real money.
Check out the different reactions compiled by Briefly News below:
"Usher was NOT showing Love In This Club."
"Joke is on her, she's the one working for free."
"Ummm, did the strippers know it was a promo? Because that's all that matters."
"So did he leave them actual money or...?"
"Wasn't he accused of passing STDs a while back? I guess the strippers should be glad all he gave them was funny money."
In other world celebrity news, Briefly News reported that Keri Hilson spoke about her long beef with Beyoncé over a decade later. Keri Hilson and Beyoncé have been "beefing" for the longest time and now Keri is opening up about it.
In her latest interview, Keri spoke about how the beef started and how she feels about Beyoncé many years later. Keri has revealed that she and Beyoncé had a "moment" and she is open to working with her on a song in the future.
The Pretty Girl Rock singer said that the moment they had was healing and they've put it behind them.
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