American singer wins $17,000 at minimum stakes slot machine

American singer wins $17,000 at minimum stakes slot machine

News continues to pour in from the US about big casinos not on gamstop winnings. This time the 40-year-old musician Ray Jay became the lucky winner of the round sum. The man won a jackpot of $17,000 playing penny slots at the San Manuel Casino in San Bernardino County, Southern California.

According to American media reports, Ray J decided to try his hand at the Buffalo slot machine, popular with local users. His bets were on the low end of the scale. He ended up spending a total of $100 before increasing his investment by 17,000%.

A local entertainment website reported that a crowd "gathered at the San Manuel Casino to watch Ray J fill his pockets with a large sum of money".

After becoming a jackpot winner, Ray admitted that gambling helped distract him from his recent divorce from hip-hop star Princess Love. However, the couple decided to rekindle their relationship in September last year. A few weeks ago, Ray announced that they would be moving to Miami together permanently to make a fresh start.

It is important to note that Ray J has retired as a very experienced player. His favourite pastime at the casino was roulette, where he won relatively big money on numerous occasions.

Earlier, the singer's compatriot Jennifer Hall became a millionaire at the Westgate Las Vegas Hotel Casino, winning $1.25 million at the Wheel Of Fortune slot. It only took Hall four minutes of play to become the winner of such a large sum.

The woman revealed that she had gone on a long trip to Texas with her husband. Along the way, the couple broached the subject of big casino winnings. Along with her husband, Hall decided to stop by Las Vegas to also try her hand at one of the local gambling establishments. As a result, this voyage allowed the ordinary American woman to write her name in the history of the casino hotel complex Westgate Las Vegas all slots casino.

The winner of the $26 million jackpot washed her winning ticket in a laundromat.