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Drake’s New Diamond Necklace is the Biggest F*ckboy Flex of the Year

Drake has taken his supreme f*ckboy status to new heights, crafting a necklace made from engagement ring diamonds he thought about giving women… but now, they’re all his. You’d think after venting about past relationships on his most recent album, Her Loss, the 36-year-old would have got it all out of his system. Yet, this outrageous Rich Flex proves that’s not the case.

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The piece was designed by New York jeweller Alex Moss, who has worked with numerous rappers, including Tyler The Creator and A$AP Rocky. Dubbed “Previous Engagements”, Drizzy’s neck-breaking chain comprises 42 engagement rings with a total of 351.38 carats in diamonds, suggesting there have been many potential suitors in the artist’s life.

According to the Instagram Reel, creating the necklace was “an expedition spanning 14 months, every diamond hand selected, inspected to only suit perfection.”

“This monumental art piece was assembled using 351.38 carats of diamonds mounted in 18k white gold,” the voiceover explains.

While we can’t determine how much the drip would have cost, we can safely assume it wasn’t cheap. One commenter under the post mused, “350 + carats over 42 diamonds so something like 8 carats a piece? Assuming you’re using vs1+ this piece is somewhere in the USD$4-6M range?”

We hope one day, the Certified Lover Boy can settle down and find that special person. However, he’ll probably have to toss the jewellery when that day comes.

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