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MGM Resorts Shuts Down Bruno Mars Gambling Debt Rumors

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MGM Resorts International has denied the rumors that Bruno Mars is up to his neck in a $50 million gambling debt. Earlier this week, reports from unidentified sources rocked the airwaves stating that Bruno owed money to the casino due to gambling activities during his performance breaks.

The reports suggested that the "24K Magic" singer purportedly accumulated a $50 million gambling debt and was offsetting it through various business deals with MGM Resorts International and its Las Vegas establishments.

They also stated that Mars reportedly earns $90 million from his arrangement with the casino. However, after settling his debts and taxes, he goes home with $1.5 million per night.

MGM Refutes Debt Rumors Regarding Bruno Mars

In an official statement provided on Monday, MGM refuted the claims.

We’re proud of our relationship with Bruno Mars, one of the world’s most thrilling and dynamic performers. 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 globe.

StatementMGM Resorts International

The statement continued “MGM and Bruno’s partnership is longstanding and rooted in mutual respect. Any speculation otherwise is completely false; he has no debt with MGM. Together, we are excited to continue creating unforgettable experiences for our guests.”

On multiple occasions, Mars has, over the years, expressed his love for land-based casinos and their card table games. During a 2013 interview with GQ, he recounted nervously losing $100 on his initial bet at the age of 19.

"You gotta lose," he said to the magazine. "You just have to lose to win, to understand."

Bruno Mars has not personally commented on the rumors.

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