Burna Boy drops $1 million on a chain, pendant

Nigeria’s Afrobeats sensation, Burna Boy, continues to make headlines not only for his chart-topping music but also for his opulent taste in jewellery. The artiste recently unveiled a stunning new chain with a pendant, reportedly worth a staggering $1 million (over Rwf1.1 billion), adding to his jewellery collection.

The pendant bears the letters ODG, an acronym for Odogwu, which translates to a strong man of charisma and prowess. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the chain took 9 months to create.

The design and creation were masterminded by A Jewelers, a UK-based jewellery store and design business known for catering to a clientele of celebrities, including the likes of Gunna, Swae Lee, Wizkid, Central Cee, Skepta, Paul Pogba, and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, among others.

In addition to the eye-catching $1 million chain, Burna Boy acquired a custom-made Richard Mille RM-1103 watch adorned with chandelier diamonds, a luxury timepiece that typically ranges between featuring a miniature Grammy award embedded on its sides.

Abtin Abbasi, CEO of A Jewelers, expressed his excitement in a YouTube video as he introduced the exceptional chain, he said: this piece is crafted for an exceptional individual, a global superstar of international stature.

He’s been a valued client of ours for a long time. Over time, he’s acquired an impressive array of items from us. With this extraordinary creation, we’ve gone above and beyond, raising the bar significantly. You won’t encounter a piece like this elsewhere.

The timing was perfect, and the need to stand out was undeniable. It was time to set ourselves apart from the rest.” ALSO READ: Burna Boy Experience: Nigerian superstar dazzles “Every single stone on the chain and pendant boasts VVS clarity, denoting that these diamonds are eye-clean, free from any visible inclusions or blemishes.

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The chain is a true work of art, comprising 100 GIA (Gemological Institute of America) certified diamonds, all graded as excellent on their quality scale,” Abbasi said.

The intricately crafted chain features an array of diamond cuts, including chandelier settings, shape cut ingot baguettes, emerald cuts, asher cuts, and princess cuts, all meticulously arranged in a hexagon honeycomb pattern.

210 carats of VVS diamonds, complemented by an additional waves with his latest album titled I Told Them, and he’s notably one of the top nominees for the Trace Awards. He’s expected to be present at the awards ceremony set to take place in Kigali, Rwanda on Saturday, October 21.

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