Drake and Future have been bringing their "Summer Sixteen" tour to fans across the country, and each night seems to spark a new surprise, whether it's an on-stage kiss with Rihanna, an appearance from Lil Wayne, some fuel for the Meek Mill beef, and beyon
Ben Baller’s name is a pretty good representation of who he is. As the premier jeweler for celebrities (particularly rappers), he’s been named checked in more than a few songs, and has made custom pieces for quite a few emcees.
A week ago, it was reported that burglars broke into Big Sean's home in the Valley while the rapper was on a trip to Dubai. They apparently cracked a safe and stole around $150k in jewelry as well as some unreleased music.
Diamonds were a major theme of Drake and Future's recent joint album, What a Time to Be Alive. Diamonds adorned the Shutterstock cover art and were the subject of the tape's second biggest hit (currently at No. 53).
DJ Khaled has a documented affinity for an over-the-top lifestyle. From his music videos to his vlogs, he loves to show off just how well he's living, whether it's foreign cars, lavish mansions, or diamond-heavy jewelry.
A jeweler who goes by Jason of Beverly Hills has filed a lawsuit, accusing Tyga of stealing a watch and chain from him. Jason says that Tyga agreed to pay $28,275 for a diamond pantheon watch on August 2012, and never paid up.
This isn't the first time we've heard of troubles between rappers and their jewelers, and it probably won't be the last. Tyga is being accused of stiffing a Beverly Hills jeweler of more than $91,000 in a new lawsuit.