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Louis Williams has been on the streets for 15 years. He could find space inside…
Taking the witness stand in Manhattan Supreme Court, the rapper said his claims about having a fleet of luxury cars on both coasts, loads of bling, and even making a $1.6 million bet on boxer Floyd Mayweather are all bogus.
“It’s entertainment,” he said of the lifestyle he portrays in his videos and on social media.
And while Fitty had claimed publicly he’d placed a $1.6 million bet on Mayweather’s successful fight against Manny Pacquiao earlier this year, when asked how much he pocketed, he admitted, “I didn’t make the bet.”