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Rapper and producer Mally Mall attempted to pay an LA-based mobile beauty salon and spa for a facial and a massage with his marijuana stash, and then didn’t even end up paying the bill when his original offer was rejected, Page Six reported.

In an online LinkedIn post, Anne Fisher, owner of Spa-Go’s mobile salon and spa, stated that an unnamed “musical professional,” whom Page Six exclusively established was Mally Mall (who is known for working directly with Drake, Tyga, Chris Brown and Usher, among other hip hop artists) called her staff out to his Beverly Hills, Calif., home for a 1 a.m. spa treatment.

Fisher claims that the client smoked marijuana while enjoying their services and then “offered to pay them in weed.”

“I cannot make this up. This is one of those only-in-LA stories,” she said in the LinkedIn rant.

The owner of Spa-Go says that Mally Mall, who has also starred on the VH1 reality show “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood,” then asserted that he didn’t owe anything her for the spa treatment because he didn’t sign for it.

“He certainly did order,” wrote Fisher. “Aestheticians and massage staff don’t show up at your house as a gift from God.”

Fisher says that she managed to recoup $200 of the check by billing his “agent,” who made the arrangements for the visit, but is still out for the remainder.

Mall has a tendency to make some colorful headlines. The rapper — who has an love for exotic pets — once gave Justin Bieber a monkey, which would later be seized, infamously, by German authorities. Mall, who also owns a marijuana brand, recently lost an African wildcat known as a caracal in a house fire.

Meanwhile, in 2014, Mall’s Las Vegas home and a business he owns called Las Vegas Concierge — which the Las Vegas Review-Journal described as “an escort service” — were raided as part of “a federal human trafficking investigation,” according to the paper.

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