Lil Uzi Vert said fans at a music festival ripped off the pink diamond that was implanted into his forehead this year. … The diamond is worth a reported $24 million. He wrote on Twitter that he acquired the diamond from jewelry designer Elliot Eliantte, and he’s been paying it off since 2017.
Did Lil Uzi really get a diamond in his forehead?
Rapper Lil Uzi Vert appeared to learn that lesson at a concert this summer, after someone ripped his signature US$24-million diamond piercing out of his forehead. The rapper, whose real name is Symere Bysil Woods, told TMZ that he briefly lost the diamond while crowd-surfing at a concert in Miami in July.
How did Lil Uzi Vert get a diamond in his head?
At the beginning of this year, the “XO Tour Llif3” rapper had a pink “10 almost 11 carat” diamond surgically embedded in his forehead. … Vert reportedly had it implanted in his forehead because he was afraid he’d lose it otherwise.
Is Lil Uzi Vert diamond real?
“I’ve been paying for a natural pink diamond from Elliot for years now,” Uzi wrote, claiming that he first started payments on the diamond in 2017. “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.”
What rapper put a diamond in his head?
At rapper Lil Uzi Vert, fans tore a diamond from his forehead. During the performance, as the rapper jumped into the crowd from the stage, fans pulled out a $ 24 million jewel inserted into his forehead. Rapper Lil Uzi Vert solved the mystery of his pink diamond on the 18th anniversary of Jay-Z’s 40/40 club.
Did Lil Uzi Vert get diamond removed?
Crowd must have been pretty wild. So it turns out that Lil Uzi Vert’s famous forehead diamond was briefly removed from its home. Speaking with TMZ for a brief interview published on Saturday (Sept. 5), Uzi said that fans ripped the $24 million pink diamond from his forehead during a performance at Rolling Loud.
How does Lil Uzi Vert diamond stay?
Uzi’s diamond is secure because the jewelers created a “specific mounting that clips and locks in place.” Instead of using stainless steel or surgical-grade steel, Babaev said the team did everything with precious metals. “There’s a whole mechanism involved, it’s not a standard piercing.