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Rapper Lil Uzi Vert planted $ 24 million on his forehead

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Risky and very expensive. This is how we could describe the surgery that rapper Lil Uzi Vert underwent to implant a diamond worth $ 24 million on his forehead. “  I’ve been paying Elliot a natural pink diamond for years,” the rapper wrote on Twitter on Jan. 30. He assured to pay this stone of ”  almost 11 carats  ” since 2017, adding that it was ”  the first time  ” that he saw ”  a real natural pink diamond. “

Earlier this week, Lil Uzi Vert took action and showed the result on social media.

 

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The rapper got the diamond from Elliott Eliantte, a New York-based jeweler, known for having created a necklace whose pendant reproduced in diamonds, the face of Yoda, the Star Wars character, at the request of rapper Quavo, a member of the Migos group.

 

 

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Before Lil Uzi Vert, Texan Sauce Walka unveiled a white diamond tear encrusted in December’s cheek. This rapper also claims to be the one who “initiated the movement.”

It is difficult to say if Walka Sauce inspired Lil Uzi Vert or if this stone encrusted in his forehead refers to Vision, the Marvel superhero, who has a “solar stone” here intended to absorb the ‘solar energy.

With this particular kind of operation, Lil Uzi Vert is in “trending topics” on Twitter. One Internet user even compared the interpreter of “The Way Life Goes” to the character of Tsunade in Naruto.


It is not so much the novelty of the operation that challenges but, above all, the dangerousness that arises. Le Figaro reports that before the rapper, Des Esseintes in “À Rebours” (1884) by Joris-Karl Huysmans, had tried grafting diamonds on a turtle shell. The animal is dead.

Ouest-France specifies that the rapper appeared with a bloodied forehead in a Twitter post that he has since deleted, writing in the caption: ”  If I do not have it removed in the right way, I could die …  ”

The next day, still on Twitter, he posted a video without drops of blood this time, commenting: “  This time we’re good. 

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