Rapper Posts Fake Def Jam Records Contract On Instagram

An unknown rapper from upstate New York is willing to fake it ’till he makes it.

Darell “Money Mars” Tate took to his Instagram over the weekend (Oct. 18) to fool his followers into thinking that he got signed to the legendary Def Jam Records, who recently celebrated their 30th anniversary. The rapper posted a poorly written fake recording contract that read “Once you are here you are required to (4) four albums and (8) eight mixtapes you will get the minimum of (250,000) two hundred and fifty thousand every two months and we are expecting you to put out hard work and dedication towards our project.”

After Twitter caught on to the fakery and stories started to pop up about the suspicious paperwork, Mars posted links to the stories exposing him.

Fake Def Jam Contract

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