Drake has two new diamond chains to add to his repertoire, this week revealing a pair of iced-out Tupac pendants. The pieces come courtesy of bespoke jeweler, Jason of Beverly Hills, who is known for his celebrity clientele.

"Always wanted twin Jesus pieces thank you @jasonofbeverlyhills," Drake wrote on his Instagram Story, showcasing the jewelry.

Each pendant features the head of Tupac and incorporates signature elements from the classic Jesus piece. The late rapper is depicted wearing a blue bandana on one and a red bandana on the other. The blue version boasts white gold and diamonds, while the red iteration has yellow diamonds and yellow gold.

Each pendant was made using a half-kilo of gold, as they are paired with 70-carat diamond chains. It's being reported that it took five weeks to make the pieces, retailing for $300,000 each.

You can get a detailed look below.

Like many other rappers and high-profile celebrities, Drake has an affinity for eye-catching jewelry. His two new diamond Tupac chains join other noteworthy pieces like the rose gold Patek Philippe Nautilus — priced at $600,000 — he purchased to match his $150,000 Toronto Raptors ring.

Prior to purchasing the watch and the ring late last year, Drizzy blinged out his iPhone with a $400,000 diamond-encrusted case featuring the OVO owl logo, also coming from Jason of Beverly Hills.

In early 2020, Drake tapped Gemma Fine Jewelry to make a diamond heart necklace with more than 100 carats. All of the heart-shaped diamonds took several months to fashion, as the piece was priced at a whopping $1 million.

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