Have you ever wonderd why money to gets stained with ink when it has been stolen during a robbery? It's called a dye pack, its a radio-controlled device used by banks to foil a bank robbery by causing stolen cash to be permanently marked with dye shortly after a robbery.
One gentleman recently left many people wondering after he was flaunting money that seemed to have been tainted by a dye pack, and many of his followers wanted to know where he really got that cash from as he claimed the atm gave it to him like that.
This was the post that started everything.👇🏾
Many tweeps responded to the post by throwing all sorts of different comments regarding this matter, but most of them wanted to know where he got the money from.
I personally think the money anyone makes illegally or not through any good or moral means is termed as DIRTY MONEY. It's nothing but money laundering, which essentially means concealment of origins of illegally obtained money. These stained really seem like dirty money to me, just my two cents.
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