Future and Yung Miami have participated, and 50 Cent and Soulja Boy are currently at odds over who first started it. On Monday (January 24), Nick Cannon contributed using toilet paper rather than cash to spell out his message. His use of TP was meant to serve as a reminder to all participants the government is likely counting the cash.
“IRS Watchin,” Cannon spelled out in toilet paper.
Wiz Khalifa shared a similarly ominous message on Twitter, seeming to echo Cannon’s sentiments.
“Don’t go broke tryna count that money on tha floor,” the Taylor Gang founder wrote.
Don't go broke tryna count that money on tha floor
— Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) January 23, 2022
Nick Cannon and Wiz Khalifa’s responses come as more rappers begin to partake in the viral challenge. Fivio Foreign used his contribution on Sunday (January 23) to share his thoughts on child support payments, which got a visceral reaction from fans.
Fivio added in the caption, “Good fathers shuddnt have to be on child support,” along with a middle finger emoji. After both The Shade Room and Akademiks shared the post, he was dragged by fans and haters alike.
“The courts gonna have a field day with this picture when he miss a payment,” wrote one commenter, while others said things like, “If you’re truly a good father, you wouldn’t be complaining about child support,” and, “imagine proudly proclaiming that you don’t want to take care of your children.”
Check out Fivio’s contribution below.