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The following phrase
I ain't got no money
Is it meant to be used for a past action (I didn't get no money) or is it used to mean (I don't get no money right now)?
What confuses me is the usage of got (past tense of get). I understand that ain't can be used ad a substitution of am not, did not, do not, is/are not, etc.