Greatness on him wherever he goes. 🙏
Being in quarantine doesn't mean you can't stunt for the sake of stunting. Seeing Drizzy's new twin necklaces paying homage to Tupac, he would probably agree with this point.
Designed by Jason of Beverly Hills, the chains are styled similar to a Jesus Piece but with Tupac's face as the pendants, which contain 500 grams of total gold. The blue bandana look features white gold and diamonds; the red bandana look features natural yellow diamonds and gold.
"Always wanted twin Jesus pieces," Drake wrote in an Instagram Story showing off the jewels.
Nearly everything in sight is bust-down, from the crown of thorns adorning Tupac's head to his teardrops, nose ring and earrings. Each chain also comes with 70 carats worth of diamonds.
All told, the pieces took roughly five weeks or 150 hours to create and cost $300,000. Per necklace, that is. Got damn!
Hopefully, this expensive ice will guide The Boy well while he finishes his sixth studio album, reportedly set to drop sometime in Sept. His engineer Noel Cadastre or OVO Noel claimed it's currently sitting at "90%," though fans will have to be patient.
"Studio for my bday...we 90% but y’all gonna have to wait on that last 10%," he captioned a recent IG post.
Close to the beginning of July, Drake snapped a shadowy selfie in the studio and simply wrote, "80%," likely referencing how far along he was in the album process.
But the 33-year-old Toronto native is doing his best to hold fans over with various loosies. Most recently, he connected with British rapper Headie One on "Only You Freestyle" and dropped a few bars in Arabic. What can't this man do?