Trippie Redd shows off his new Crash Bandicoot-inspired chain.
It appears that Trippie Redd, between working on his upcoming album and escalating his beef with longtime foe Tekashi 6ix9ine, has went and copped a totally flooded chain depicting the Crash Bandicoot series villain, Uka Uka.
In a post shared on his Instagram last night, Trippie gives us a close look at the chain, and it's very elaborate. Naturally, the entire thing is completely covered in diamonds. The piece uses a large link chain, with different bones hanging off the side. The centerpiece also had smaller bones hanging off it, as well as a message on the back, written in diamonds.
Trippie says in the video that we was going to put at least $400K on his neck, but that's not even close to all the jewelry he has. In the caption for the post, Trippie shouts out his jeweler by writing, "@abgolds i love you bitch best jeweler in the game 🌹🤦🏽♂️ 400k 😍❤️❤️ so now I got at least 1,000,000 in jewelry 😝😤🥀."
Crash Bandicoot is a long time inspiration for Trippie Redd, as he's previously released two different tracks referencing the classic platformer, "Woah Woah Woah/Crashbandicoot and chill" and the aptly-named "UKA UKA." Though, Trippie is far from the only rapper to pay homage to Crash Bandicoot with their jewelry, as Quavo famously copped his own iced-out depiction of another, friendlier, Tiki character from the video game series, Aku Aku. Hopefully the two don't have to duke it out to determine who the true Crash Bandicoot fan is.
Check out the video of Trippie and his brand new Uka Uka chain down below.