Polo G was evidently the victim of some fraudulent activity on his Bank of America account this week. But the savvy (or perhaps not-so-savvy) thief wasn’t interested in buying expensive watches, jewelry, clothing or shoes — no, they wanted OnlyFans content.
On Wednesday (August 11), the 22-year-old chart-topping rapper shared a screenshot of a bank alert that shows someone charged $26.82 to his debit card.
He wrote across the photo, “Who tf got my debit card?” Polo G presumably declined the charges and went about his day.
After all, Polo G has more important endeavors on the horizon. According to fellow Chicagoan G Herbo, he and Polo have a joint album in the works.
“I ain’t gon’ lie,” Herbo said during an interview with Bootleg Kev last month. “To be honest, I’m working on some joint albums already. I wanna do a joint with Polo. Me and Polo probably gon’ do a joint.”
Polo G appeared on the Judas and the Black Messiah soundtrack earlier this year and popped up on Fredo Bang’s Murder Made Me album last week.
Meanwhile, the Chi-Town native’s stock just continues to rise. In 2020, his sophomore album The Goat peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 then earned his first No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 single with “Rapstar” in April. The track served as the lead single for his third studio album Hall of Fame, which landed in the Billboard 200’s top spot upon its release.