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“Show Us Your Money”-Rapper, Rick Ross Tackles Crypto Investors [Video]

Top American rapper, William Leonard Roberts II, widely known as Rick Ross has taken a swipe at people claiming to be making millions of money through their crypto investments.

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Crypto trading has turned out to be the new venture helping most people to secure and manage their resources through virtual means. The venture helps people to digitalize their funds and also transact businesses without the use of physical cash.

With the use of cryptography, crypto trading has no central issuing or regulating bodies, hence it only requires a decentralized system to record transactions and issue new units.

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Well, one of the wealthiest rappers in the scene, Rick Ross has taken a swipe at crypto investors, daring them to come out and flaunt all the money they claim to be making from crypto trading.

In a self-recorded video, Rick Ross obviously thinks that crypto traders do not make as much money as they claim, hence the reason they cannot flaunt their wealth or what they have achieved with their crypto trading over the years.

Watch the video below:

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In other news, Nigerian singer and songwriter, Ikechukwu Eric Ahiauzu, widely known as Ric Hassani has rendered a sincere apology to Nigerians and other musicians following his recent counseling about how Nigerian musicians should deliver their craft on stage.

This was after he heaped praises on the Afro-Fusion crooner, Burna Boy over his recent mind-blowing performance at the Madison Square Gardens in New York City on his ‘One Night in Space’ concert.

Burna Boy was crowned the first African musician to ever sell out a concert at Madison Square Gardens in New York City which has over 20,000 capacity.

Completely blown away by Burna Boy’s outstanding performance, Ric Hassani offered counseling to other Nigerian musicians to follow in Burna Boy’s footsteps and perform live on stage and desist from miming and yelling on stage.

Source: www.Ghgossip.com

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