Imagine finding out one day that you're actually a year younger than you thought you were... well that's reality for Lil Uzi Vert.
The 'Bad and Boujee' rapper has claimed he's just been made aware of his birth certificate which places him at 25... not 26 like he thought he was.
The star took to Twitter to tell his fans what he'd just discovered, he wrote: "Wait wtf I'm turning 26??? My mom found my birth certificate."
In response, one person asked: "Damn bro so you was 18 but really 17." Seems that way.
Another asked: "How tf u dont know how old u are?"
A third commented: "Wait so he is 25 Turning 26 I am confused because google says he is 26 turning 27 so does that mean even google f***** his age?"
Someone else wondered: "so how you go out on your 21 birthday when you were actually 20 yo?"
In response, a fan explained the reason, simply writing: "he's uzi." Fair enough.
However old he may be, he's definitely been able to achieve a lot in his time on Earth - including inserting, and then removing, a $24 million 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.
The modification obviously didn't go unnoticed and many fans were asking why he'd had it done. To which he replied: "THIS IS FASHION," before adding: "I never cared about judgmental people on this earth."
The musician had been forewarning his social media followers that he'd be undertaking the strange piercing for some time, at one point referencing celebrity jeweller Elliott Eliantte in a post that read: "I've been paying for a natural pink diamond from Elliot for years now.
"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."
To really ram home the luxury of the diamond he was going for, the rapper then retweeted a post that said the pink diamond was worth $24 million and between 10-11 carats.
Fans then, of course, noticed that the rock had mysteriously disappeared. 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."
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