Polo G’s stolen debit card was used in attempt to purchase OnlyFans content
“Who tf got my debit card?” the rapper asked.
Polo G’s debit card was recently obtained by an individual who desired to invest in some OnlyFans content. On Wednesday (Aug. 11), the rapper shared a screenshot of his exchange with his bank, who contacted him after the perpetrator’s attempted purchase.
According to the post, the desired content came up to $26.82. In the caption, he sought to find the person who got access to his card. “Who tf got my debit card?” he asked.
Despite the mishap, this summer has been a great one for Polo G. After securing a Nicki Minaj feature for Hall of Fame, the project — which dropped in June — went on to earn 143,000 album-equivalent units in its first week, outselling Migos’ Culture III and debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
One month later, the Chi-town native was invited to Wrigley Field to throw the first pitch at the July 10 matchup between the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals. The pitch impressed fans and the team, who requested that it be placed “in the Hall of Fame” — a play off of the title of his latest project, which was named after the “legendary” career he hopes to have.
Polo G has since teamed up with Morray on the “Trenches (Remix),” worked with Gunna on “Waves,” joined Funk Flex and King Von on the “Lurkin (Remix) and released visuals for his song “Toxic” and Sheff G’s “On Go.” The tracks, he revealed, are practice to improve his overall skill.
“I’m treating summer as an off-season, just trying to get better,” he told GQ, adding that he ultimately wants to get to Hall of Fame status. “I know the type of legacy I want to leave and where I wanna be at five years and ten years from now.”
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