Drake Flexes Tupac-Inspired Jesus Pieces Worth $300,000 Each

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Drake attends the UK Premiere of "Top Boy" at the Hackney Picturehouse on Sept. 4, 2019 in London, England.

The self-appointed 6 God Drake honored Tupac Shakur by showing off twin Jesus pieces featuring the late legend, and they have quite the hefty pricetag.

Drake and Jason Arasheben, Jason of Beverly Hills' founding designer, posted videos of the double diamond chains on their respective Instagram accounts Wednesday (July 29). According to Complex, each pendant's estimated value is $300,000, making the set $600,000 in total. The diamond chains are reportedly made out of "70 carats of flawless white and natural yellow diamonds, as well as over half of kilo of gold in total."

"Always wanted twin Jesus pieces thank you @jasonofbeverlyhills," the rapper wrote on his IG story.

Approximately five weeks (150 hours of work) went into making and finishing the "Popstar" singer's pieces, which Drake initially conceptualized before discussing it with Arasheben and eventually working on it together.

"Thank you @champagnepapi for trusting us with this project," the renowned jeweler wrote on his post. "Unbelievable honor to help pay homage to the legend Tupac Shakur."

See Drake's new Jesus pieces here.

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