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10 celebs who love to make it rain – See how they blow money! (With Pictures)

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Celebs who love to make it rain – By now almost everyone has heard the phrase “making it rain”, which involves tossing money up in the air to make it look like it’s raining down on someone (most often a stripper). Showering dancers with fistfuls of cash is a luxury that many of us cannot afford, but those who can enjoy taking advantage of it. The phrase became popular sometime around 2011 and has been credited to rapper Young Jeezy.

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Jeezy explained to Rolling Stone magazine that he saw himself like Robin Hood, making money “so that the hood could eat. A part of the hood was the strip club…When you on that next level, you gotta take care of the city, the streets. All of that consists of going to the strip clubs and throwing up money.”

Although this hobby is more prevalent in strip clubs across America, it can also happen anywhere at any time, even when the forecast calls for clear skies. If you happen to be in the right place at the right time, you may just get lucky and start scrambling for as many one dollar bills as you can possibly get your hands on. Here are 10 celebrities who love to make it rain.

10. Floyd Mayweather

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Floyd “Money” Mayweather loves to spend money, whether it is on fast cars or loose women. He made it rain with $50 thousand with his buddy Ray J at a strip club in Miami in 2012. The leader of “The Money Team” also headed to a strip club to make it rain to take out his frustrations after getting into a fight with rapper T.I. Mayweather has a net worth of $650 million and can afford to spend enormous sums of money, even though he is supposedly retired from boxing. He made more than $200 million just for his 2015 fight against Manny Pacquiao.

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