November 24, 2023

Brooklyn rapper Fivio Foreign is not one to shy away from indulging in his success, and his latest purchase is a testament to that. On June 23, he took to social media to unveil his brand-new chain, a stunning piece featuring an emerald-encrusted snowflake pendant. With its kilo of VVS diamonds and intricate design, the chain reportedly cost Fivio a cool $200,000.

According to Fivio's jeweler, the pendant is a masterpiece of craftsmanship, crafted with "all emeralds, with the kilo, and VVS diamonds." The centerpiece of the pendant is the word "Fivio," meticulously displayed in a way that commands attention.

This isn't the first time Fivio's chains have made headlines this month. Earlier in June, rumors surfaced that he had been the victim of a chain-snatching incident. However, Fivio and his friend Loui Paso quickly dismissed the rumors, assuring fans that Fivio's security presence would have made such an incident impossible.

Despite the false alarm, Fivio had a very special person to thank for his latest icy acquisition – the Lord above. In a social media post, Fivio expressed his gratitude with the caption "Good is Good," accompanied by a video showcasing his new drip.

In the video, Fivio is heard saying, "Too easy, 200k in one day, too easy," as his jeweler proudly displays the piece. Fivio further describes the chain as "like water," shaking his water bottle for comparison. Indeed, in the light, the pendant's intricate design and emerald accents resemble the shimmering surface of a body of water, giving it an ethereal beauty.

The video concludes with Fivio's jeweler holding up the weighty chain surrounding the pendant. Fivio inspects it closely and declares, "Big boy rosy," likely referring to the rose-gold tint that the chain takes on in certain lighting conditions.

Fivio Foreign's new chain is not just a piece of jewelry; it's a symbol of his success, his gratitude for the opportunities he's been given, and his appreciation for the finer things in life. It's a reminder that hard work and dedication can pay off, and that it's okay to celebrate one's achievements.

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