MGM denies claim that Bruno Mars has casino debt

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MGM Resorts came to the defense of Bruno Mars on Monday after rumors spread about the Grammy winner’s debt with casinos.

Last week, a NewsNation report claimed Mars had accumulated more than $50 million in gambling debts at MGM. They cited an unnamed source close to the situation as saying that Mars reportedly made $90 million a year through his residencies at MGM, but was using a large portion of that profit to pay off his gambling debts. Was. ,[He will] Reports claim they only earn $1.5 million per night after taxes. (“MGM) basically owns it,” he said.

MGM Resorts International spokesperson explains Diversity These allegations are “completely false” as Mars “owes no debt to MGM.”

“We are proud of our relationship with one of the world’s most exciting and dynamic artists, Bruno Mars,” they wrote in a statement. “From his shows at Dolby Live at Park MGM to the new Pinky Ring Lounge at Bellagio, Bruno’s brand of entertainment attracts visitors from around the world. MGM and Bruno’s partnership is long-standing and based on mutual respect. Any speculation otherwise is completely false; He does not owe any debt to MGM. Together, we are excited to continue creating unforgettable experiences for our guests.”

Mars representatives refused Diversityrequested comment and redirected the investigation to MGM’s previous statement.

Mars has been performing Las Vegas residencies since 2016 and has a multi-year partnership with MGM Resorts. Additionally, Mars and the casino recently partnered to launch the Pinky Ring cocktail bar and entertainment lounge inside the Bellagio Hotel & Casino. The venue features live performances, all curated by Mars.

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