Usher Under Fire After Fake Cash Allegedly Used at Las Vegas Club, Staff Claims It's a Misunderstanding

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R&B legend and currency enthusiast, Usher made headlines earlier this week after a woman on Instagram allegedly claimed that instead of finding "Love in the Club," she found fake cash that the musician had used instead while at a Las Vegas strip club. After news circulated of Usher’s use of fake cash – dubbed “Ushbucks” online due to the singer’s own name and face being on the bill – many began to slam the “OMG” icon for using the cash at Sapphire Las Vegas.

Despite the social media outrage, the club revealed that the allegations were just a misunderstanding. George M. Wilson, IV – Sapphire’s director of marketing – revealed that “Usher was a true gentleman,” tipping thousands of dollars to the dancers as well as leaving generous tips for the staff. “Apparently someone in his team left some Usher dollars on the floor to promote his Vegas residency,” Wilson clarified, “We would love to host him again.” Though the details of this dilemma are yet to be fully ironed out, it does seem like Usher’s attempt at promotion was simply just a misguided mistake. It does make one wonder, however, what currency Usher meant when he sang “Make me holla and I bet a million dollars”

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