U.S rapper, Lil Uzi Vert has embedded a natural pink diamond on his forehead which costs $24 Million, equivalent to 18 billion Malawian Kwacha.

Earlier, Uzi took to Twitter to announce that he is going to place a natural pink diamond on his face.

“I’ve been paying for a natural pink diamond from Elliot for years now . 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”, wrote Uzi.


Now finally, the $24 Million diamond has been placed into forehead of the Eternal Atake rapper.

When a fan asked the rapper on Twitter, “Uzi so the diamond worth more than your cars?!!” he responded by tweeting, “Yes my Bugatti can’t even pay for it … all my cars together, plus home, [three car emojis and a moneybag symbol] this took so long now I can get this money.”

Uzi Vert confirmed that this was the most expensive purchase he’s ever made and “will never do it again.”

What separates a GIA diamond from a regular stud, “a GIA diamond is really shorthand diamond sellers use to describe diamonds that have been graded by GIA, as explained on GIA’s official website. “GIA is an independent, nonprofit organization that conducts gem research, educates gem professionals and sets the standards for determining diamond quality.”

“One of GIA’s main functions is the grading of diamonds,” the site continued. “You may have already heard or learned about the 4Cs of diamond quality: color, clarity, cut and carat weight. GIA created this standard, along with the scientific procedures for evaluating each ‘C’ and the grading terminology used to describe them.”

Not all diamonds are GIA official and buyers can perform a report check to make sure a diamond isn’t falsely advertised as such. “In addition to a full assessment of the diamond’s 4Cs, the GIA report contains a unique number, which is also sometimes inscribed on the diamond’s girdle.”

Typically, when someone hears the term “GIA Natural” it’s in reference to engagement rings, and many users online asked Uzi Vert on Twitter why he wasn’t putting the insanely expensive diamond on necklace, earring, or a ring.

According to the rapper, if he put the pink diamond on a ring, he might lose it. If the rock is implanted on his face, it will be impossible for him to misplace it.


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