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21 Savage & Chris Brown Proudly Show Off Their “Usher Bucks”

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21 Savage & Chris Brown Proudly Show Off Their “Usher Bucks” Usher got dragged on social media for giving strippers in Vegas fake money with his face on it, Usher Bucks. It was later revealed he paid the club and the dancers and the Usher Bucks on stage were promotion for his upcoming Vegas residency. 21 Savage and Chris Brown took to Instagram to show off their Usher Bucks. 21 Savage posted a photo holding up his Usher Bucks and captioned it, y’all aint the only ones getting that Usher money. Chris Brown posted a photo with his Usher Bucks and captioned it, when I say the boy got his own money…da boy got his own money. Do you think Usher’s use of Usher Bucks as promotion turned out bigger than he expected or was it a bad look for him?

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  • Unrestricted with Dre Rawka (3P-7P) Being named “The Peoples Champ” Drerawka is definitely that. For more than 10 years Dre has been involved in the Salt Lake community rather if it’s delivering turkeys and gifts for families in need during the holidays or providing entertainment, Dre has been consistent. Born in Salt Lake City and raised in Portland, Oregon by a single father. Dre found his way back to Salt Lake in 2005 where he graduated from Cottonwood High School and pursued entertainment. Hosting shows around the valley at a young age Dre found his voice by being authentic, honest and humble. Dre never waited for an opportunity rather he went out and created his own opportunities while helping uplift others. Being a true creative learning audio and video production is one thing he is very happy about. Dre has many great qualities but if asked he will tell you he prides himself on being a model father and husband.

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