No Narcissist but Playboi Carti may be dropping — of all things! — a toy collection.

Though no one asked for them, the Playboi Carti dolls are pretty incredible in terms of detail, though you can only see them in the Instagram post below as Carti has (unsurprisingly) deleted them off his finsta, @opium_00pium, after their initial reveal. Eventually, he deleted the entire account.

The collection sees Carti rendered fit and fully tattooed, with hair dyed shades of yellow and red, and fitted in plenty of stylish garms.

You've got Carti with devil horns, Carti with some big ol' Balenciaga shades, Carti shirtless with his Calvin Klein briefs, and much more.

Perhaps the best part of the entire doll collection is the accessories, which include Chrome Hearts jewelry, Rick Owens sneakers, 1017 ALYX 9SM boots, and a blunt (complete with lighter.)

Though Carti deleted the dolls' regular photos he did retain a video showing off one of the figures cased within a Whole Lotta Red-branded box — that landmark record was released on December 25, 2020, so it's over just a year old and these toys could've been designed to coincide with the anniversary.

Accessories and other features can be seen on the side while Red branding dots the front and top.

There are rumors of a code for the unreleased Narcissist hidden inside the box but, of course, no verification of that.

Consistently ensconced in Balenciaga and moto gear, Carti has been touring for the past few months without actually revealing any information about that new album.

And, unsurprisingly, there's no concrete information about the line of dolls (or toys, or action figures, or whatever you want to call them) so don't expect them to actually launch any time soon (Carti's web store is still closed). Remember that the Narcissist merch remains unreleased.

In the meantime, though, at least we can admire the Carti dolls' blunt-fu grip.

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