Lil Uzi Vert goes off on critics of his forehead diamond
Lil Uzi Vert responded to criticism regarding the diamond on his forehead.
Since Lil Uzi Vert debuted the new diamond on his forehead, he’s been a recurring topic of discussion in both in-person and social media conversations. He’s hopped on social media a few times to offer some clarification to his fans, but after a few days of seeing his name in headlines, he’s had enough of the criticism. Uzi has finally clapped back at all those who made negative comments about his forehead gem.
“Let me educate y’all real quick ‘cause you know, when you don’t know, you judge. So it automatically puts you in the negative. And I’m not in the negative in any way shape or form,” he said in a Twitter voice note.
“Y’all talk about my net worth, and my net worth is bigger than — any celebrity can talk about my net worth. It’s bigger than yours. But, it’s neither here or there.”
He continued, “It’s only a piercing, guys. I done had 10,000 piercings in my face, and when I had my piercing in my face last time, y’all was going in on me…Bitch, relax. That’s why y’all face don’t have nothing on it, and that’s why my face have everything I ever wanted to put on there. You know what’s on y’all face though ‘cause y’all dick-sucking. Y’all got a lot of nerve.”
Though the diamond on Uzi’s forehead is new, the idea has been on his mind for quite some time. The rapper spent the last four years paying off the $24 million pink diamond and even shared a photo of Lil B’s forehead diamond in the 2012 video “Tiny Pants Bitch.” In tweets written prior to his voice note, the “Baby Pluto” star seemed to claim that his gem is “fashion” despite the negative statements made by naysayers. “I never cared about judgmental people on this earth…,” he wrote.
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