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Company denies Bruno Mars' alleged $50 million debt

After the company allegedly forced the singer to refuse an invitation to perform, due to a million-dollar debt on casino games, MGM Resorts denied that Bruno Mars owed any amount to the establishment, according to a statement released last Monday- fair (18).

Last week, NewsNation alleged that the singer had racked up more than $50 million in gambling debts at MGM, prompting the company to direct him to deny invitations to shows at the resort. A source close to the situation claimed that Mars reportedly earned $90 million a year from his MGM residencies, but most of that went to pay off his gambling debts. However, the company denied such rumors.

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MGM statement

In a statement to the Complex website, MGM Resorts expressed its pride in the company's relationship with Bruno Mars and praised the singer. “From his Dolby Live shows at Park MGM to the new Pinky Ring lounge at the Bellagio, Bruno's brand of entertainment attracts visitors from around the world”, wrote the establishment.

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It was also highlighted that the partnership between MGM and Bruno is based on mutual respect and any rumors that go against this are false and the singer has no debts with the company. “Together, we are excited to continue creating unforgettable experiences for our guests”, concluded MGM.


Bruno Mars performing at the MGM Resort with Babyface

Bruno Mars performing at the MGM Resort with Babyface (Photo: reproduction/X/@brunomars)

Partnership between Bruno Mars and MGM

Bruno Mars signed a multi-year deal with MGM Resorts in 2016 and has been performing at a Las Vegas concert residency ever since. The singer also launched the Pinky Ring in partnership with the company, which operates as a cocktail bar and entertainment lounge within the Bellagio Hotel and Casino and features several live performances organized by the singer.

According to Variety, Bruno Mars' representatives refused to comment on the matter and redirected the situation for MGM to resolve.

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Featured photo: Bruno Mars (Reproduction/Instagram/@brunomars)

Company denies Bruno Mars' alleged $50 million debt

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