MGM Resorts International denies Bruno Mars’ Casino Debt rumors

Online rumors circulated on March 18 regarding the alleged $50 million debt that American musician and songwriter Bruno Mars owed the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Bruno Mars entered into an eight-year residency agreement with MGM in 2016. This agreement required him to deliver performances at the Park MGM in Las Vegas consistently. Conveying this information, a reliable source speculated that Mar’s wagering addiction might have contributed to the deal’s deterioration. 

There were claims that Mars allegedly lost $50 million by engaging in gambling at MGM’s poker tables while performing there. However, according to Jenn Michaels, the senior vice president of public relations at MGM Resorts International, Mars has no debt with MGM. She emphasized that the partnership between MGM and Bruno is longstanding and based on mutual respect. She dismissed any speculation suggesting otherwise as completely fake. 

The Grammy-winning singer Bruno Mars’ fans have expressed a number of worries regarding his health. However, when approached for comment, representatives for Mars chose not to provide any information and instead referred to MGM’s statement for any answers. Similarly, representatives for NewsNation did not respond to inquiries at the time. 

In a statement, MGM representatives expressed their sense of pride in the partnership with Bruno Mars, who is recognized as one of the most celebrated musicians in the world. Mars’s shows at Dolby Live at Park MGM and the new Pinky Ring lounge at Bellagio have become an attraction for visitors from all over the world, earning him a gross of more than $10 million.  In addition, MGM has reaffirmed that it is delighted to continue providing visitors with unforgettable experiences.

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