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- Birdman-Money-620x400Five NYers That Should See Birdman's $5 Mil Super Bowl BetBirdman is no stranger to placing big time bets. After the New England Patriots' win over the Baltimore Ravens last Sunday, the Five Star general posed quite the challenge via Twitter on Monday, announcing that he'll be betting $5 Million on the Pats during Super Bowl XLVI. With the final match-up set to be the Pats against the New York Giants in a few weeks, <del>it's unclear whether or not anyone answered Stunna's bet</del> so far only one man has answered, the Money Team's own Mr. 50 Cent. However, because there's so much money on the line—including a chance for NY to reign supreme— XXLMag.com couldn't help but think of some other well-known New Yorkers that should match that $5 million offer. Money, cash, and field goals.—<em>XXL Staff</em>
- Jay-Z<strong>Jay-Z</strong>Men lie, women lie but, numbers don't especially with "baby money" involved. Taking up Birdman's $5 milli wouldn't be too big of an issue for the Jigga man. The money won could be an installment to Blue Ivy's Sweet 16 or even another 40/40 right inside the Brooklyn Nets Arena.
- 50 Cent-Money-Team<del><strong>50 Cent</strong></del><del>Fif vs. Birdman's challenge would make for a dream 'money match,' and after his proposal via Twitter last night ("STUNNER you got the # hit me if you want it") it may soon be a reality. Already racking in $500k from the Giant's win last Sunday, this would be nothing new for the G-Unit general.</del>
- diddy-106-money<strong>Diddy</strong>Diddy matching this bet has better odds than Bad Boy dropping another recording any time soon. Just kidding. Only question here is, will the Puffster's "Benjamin" or "Dirty" money be on the line?
- RussellSimmons<strong>Russell Simmons</strong>Move the Rush Cards and charities aside and let the healthy wagers begin. Although, it'll take another feature to discuss his bank account, rest assured Uncle Rush could hold his own against Stunna's challenge.
- Spike-Lee-Giants<strong>Spike Lee</strong>With all projects he's involved in, it shouldn't be hard for Spike to gather up a cool $5 Mil. Hell, courtside seats at every Knicks game doesn't come cheap. With New York Giants holding court at this year's Super Bowl, it's only right that Spike shows out for the city.