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50 Cent has some explaining to do after he posted an image of several buckets stuffed to the brim with money on his Instagram account. The rapper captioned the image, “Buckets of Love. No big deal. This short paper. Lol.” It’s the sort of image and caption synonymous with most rapper’s IG accounts, but HipHollywood has discovered that 50 repurposed the picture.

Buckets of Love 😏💰no big deal this short paper. Lol #EFFENVODKA #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO

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The image being used by the rapper dates back to 2010 when police in Maine seized one million dollars in cash during the search of a tractor-trailer truck. At the time, the money was found stuffed inside multiple 5-gallon Home Depot buckets. Driver Jhon Rivera-Ramirez, 35, was arrested and charged with falsifying a logbook.

This of course isn’t the first time a rapper has been exposed for using an image to floss that didn’t belong to them. Last year, Compton rapper The Game reposted an image of money he stole from another IG user’s account and tried to pass it off as his own.



Remy Ma And Chris Brown Team Up To Celebrate Black Women



An ode to the pretty brown girls … yasssss!

Remy Ma is showing love to the girls that need it most with her new single “Melanin Magic (Pretty Brown)” featuring Chris Brown. Sampling of Mint Condition’s “Breaking My Heart (Pretty Brown Eyes)”, the song gives all the nostalgia feels with an updated tweak by Ma who declares her empowering look at self-love. “As a proud black woman, I wanted to highlight black women and celebrate our beauty and strength,” Remy stated in a press release obtained by HH.

What’s also special about the track is the fact that Remy invited fans via her socials to choose the cover art for “Melanin Magic,” as she wanted to broaden the conversation about ‘inner and outer beauty while celebrating both.’ Here’s the winner…

You can stream and purchase “Melanin Magic (Pretty Brown)” here: and cop Remy’s forthcoming album 7 Winters & 6 Summers when it drops later this year.

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