Rapper Lil Uzi Vert has seemingly removed his world-famous diamond from his forehead.
The '20 Min' artist, whose full name is Symere Bysil Woods, shocked the world when he revealed he was forking out a hell of a lot of money to implant a huge piece of jewellery on his noggin.
He had been paying it off the $24 million rock since 2017 and it's rumoured to be between 10 to 11 carats.
However, fans have noticed the diamond has been mysteriously missing from the rapper's forehead in recent social media posts.
Photos on his Instagram have alluded to the disappearing rock, however it was confirmed when his rapper girlfriend uploaded a new image to Instagram. JT from the City Girls posed next to Lil Uzi and they were all smiles in the photo.
The $24 million diamond was unmistakably missing from his face and many have wondered what's going on.
Has it been removed permanently? Does he have a system where it can be embedded and removed at will? These are the big questions plaguing many Uzi Vert fans around the world.
One person asked: "Wheres that stone on yo forehead [sic]?"
Another questioned: "Where's the diamond uzi?"
A third just straight up said: "Your diamonds [sic] gone."
He debuted the look back in February this year and it took many people by surprise; mainly because it was so much money and such a public display of wealth.
Some people even pointed out that when he first flashed photos of his new diamond-encrusted forehead, it looked a little off-centre.
Lil Uzi ended up responding to all the people laughing at him for spending so much dosh for it not to appear in the middle.
"It's actually in the middle," he wrote on Twitter. "When the swelling goes down I'll get a short bar so it won't move. Y'all keep talking 'bout it's off 'cause of the long bar in it so it can move, cause of the swelling."
He didn't seem fazed by all the criticism when he uploaded more images to social media.
"I've been paying for a natural pink diamond from Elliot for years now," he said. "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.
"Yes my Bugatti can't even pay for it ... all my cars together, plus home, this took so long now I can get this money," he added.
"THIS IS FASHION. I never cared about judgmental people on this earth."
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