Ghostface Killah Launches Free Hip Hop Poker Site

Ghostface Killah says "this is where hip hop plays hold 'em"

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Wu-Tang Clan collective member, Ghostface Killah, has launched his very own online poker site.

The rapper introduces the gambling site as the place “where hip-hop plays hold’ em” and prizes up for grabs will include VIP trip tickets to shows as well as wads of cash.

The first free tournament “Hip Hop’s Freeroll” to win $1,000 will take place on February 25.

Explaining the GFK (Ghostface Killah) Crew history, the website says: “Ghostface and his crew are like most in the game, meaning they like to gamble. The GFK team knows that Hip Hop is down with holdem and is providing a place where the two come together!”

The track “Pokerface” from Ghostface Killah’s album “More Fish” has apparently become a poker room anthem.

If you want to play with the playas, get your booty down to GFK.com, by clicking here now

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