Lil Uzi Vert wants to put multi-million dollar diamond on his forehead
The natural pink diamond took him over three years to pay off.
Lil Uzi Vert has spent the past several years throwing down numerous racks on a rare diamond. Now that he’s finally paid it off, the Philly rapper plans to get it placed directly on his face.
On Saturday (Jan. 31), the “Sasuke” rapper hit up his Twitter timeline to share how excited he is to get the pink diamond. In his string of tweets, Uzi reveals that he began paying millions for the all-natural diamond after he first laid eyes on it back in 2017. He asserts that the diamond itself costs more than the current assets in his possession from his home to his Bugatti.
“I’ve been paying for a natural pink diamond from Elliot for years now,” Uzi tweeted. “This one Stone cost so much I’ve been paying for it since 2017. That was the first time I saw a real natural pink diamond. A lot of M’s in my face.”
“Yes my Bugatti can’t even pay for it … all my cars together, plus home, this took so long now I can get this money,” the Eternal Atake rapper wrote in another tweet.
Later on, Uzi also reveals that the diamond contains at least 10-11 carats and that it’s his biggest purchase ever. The jeweler Elliot Avianne a.k.a Eliantte, has provided numerous custom-made chains and other jewelry to celebrities for the past few years. Back in November, the jeweler assisted Roddy Ricch by crafting a diamond chain with a custom-made charm that honors the late Nipsey Hussle.
“I love you big bro @nipseyhussle,” Roddy wrote in his Instagram Story on top of an image of the chain.
Eliantte also posted a more detailed video of the chain and charm. The charm features Nipsey’s shiny image in the middle of a crown of diamond-encrusted thorns.
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