West Coast rapper Blueface is going to make it a very cold summer. The hip-hop newcomer has shared a close-up glimpse into his iced-out jewelry collection.

Big Facts

This weekend, Blueface reveals his new jewelry collection. He hit up Instagram with an insane amount of gold and diamond drip. Face showed off a stash of flashy watches, bracelets and necklaces.

“my Easter basket >>> yo Easter basket 🧺 🐣 richest cryp alive shut yo broke a** up 🤐😂 I started this buss down shyt nephew 💎” -Blueface’s Instagram

“RICHN*GGASH*T” -Birdman

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Blueface reveals his new jewelry collection

High-Key Details

During a recent Real 92.3 LA radio Q&A, Blue didn’t hold back on his appreciation for fellow rap artist Lizzo. He took things further by admitting he would not only smash the award-winning entertainer if she had coronavirus but wanted her to give him a call.

“I done hit a couple big b*tches in my day. You feel me? Lizzo, call me baby. That’s a wide load right there, you feel me? I might need an extra n*gga, you feel me. [Juicy?] Is it? Is it? Lizzo, if you’re out there and hearing this, call me, baby. Call me. That’s all. I hope so. I’ve knocked a couple big ones down.”

Wait, There’s More

Instead of staying mum, Lizzo made sure to respond to the flirty words. She went to Instagram this past weekend with a freaky pic of herself in her underwear and name-dropped Blue.

“Blueface babyyy 💸”

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Blueface babyyy 💸

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Before You Go

In a recent Rolling Stone cover feature, Liz came clean about her future. She specifically opened up to the idea of having an extended family.

For a long time, the future she had perceived for herself was a lonely one — “no children, two friends” — with her head buried in her work. “But it’s different now,” she says with a sigh, dropping the advice-guru voice she delivers her self-help sermons with on- and offstage. “Like my relationship with my family, I’m working on that. I open myself up to friendships. I open myself up to the idea of children, which is big for me, ’cause my albums are my babies.” (Rolling Stone)