Lil Uzi Vert’s weird pink diamond became controversial; his new body art, forehead piercing, costs $24 Million.
Rapper Lil Uzi Vert is known for his strange fashion choices, piercings, and innovative tattoos.
He revealed on his Twitter that it had taken him nearly five years to purchase the pink forehead diamond that he plans to get implanted on his forehead.
Rapper Lil Uzi Vert whose real name is Symere Bysil Woods explained his big purchase after the famous jeweler Elliot Eliantte shared a picture of the pink diamond in which he places the jewelry between the rapper’s eyebrows on his Instagram.
He paid for an 11-carat diamond cost close to $2 million per carat. Uzi spent more than just a penny on the stone; he insisted that the diamond is a smart purchase since it’s certified as an expensive natural pink rock, which will hold its value.
Uzi is not the only rapper who put a diamond on his face. Sauce Walka put a white diamond on his cheek previously last year.
When he got the Uzi’s plan, he called out that he believes Uzi Vert has started the wave.
Does Lil Uzi Vert’s Pink Diamond on Forehead Worth it?
The 26-year-old retweeted a followers message that read, “uzi had to pay off that 24Ms,” for the price of the pink diamond.
When a fan asked him if the diamond worth more than his cars, he replayed by tweeting, “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.”
A user commented, “I hope it hold its value,” to which he replied, “GIA Natural.”
One of the functions which separate a GIA diamond from a regular one is that a GIA diamond is shorthand diamond sellers use to describe diamonds that have been graded by GIA, as described on GIA’s official webpage.
“GIA is an independent, nonprofit organization that conducts gem research, educates gem professionals, and sets the standards for determining diamond quality.”
GIA’s most important functions are grading diamonds, the 4Cs of diamond quality: color, clarity, cut, and carat weight. GIA diamond created this standard and the scientific styles for evaluating each ‘C’ and the grading terminology used to represent them.
You should consider that not all diamonds are GIA official, and customers can perform a report check to make sure a diamond is not falsely advertised.
The other point is that the GIA report contains a unique number, which is sometimes written on the diamond’s girdle.
Many users online asked him on Twitter why he wasn’t putting the diamond on a ring, necklace, or earring.
The rapper responded that if he put the pink diamond on a ring, he might lose it, but if the rock is implanted on his face, it will be impossible to misplace it by him.
So what do you think about it? Let us know in the comments box. We are eagerly waiting to see what you think.
Originally published at https://usdaynews.com on January 31, 2021.