Diamond-selling artist Post Malone has the kind of disposable income that allows for some incredibly extravagant purchases. But according to TMZ, the 25-year-old “ROCKSTAR” might have just made his most lavish purchase yet.
Over the weekend, Post Malone reportedly underwent extensive dental work, spending $1.6 million on natural porcelain veneers with two diamond fangs. The new chompers include 28 units of ceramic restoration and a total diamond weight of 12 carats.
Post’s dental work was a collaborative effort by celebrity dentist Thomas Connelly, Isaac Bokhoor and his team at Angel City Jewelers and cosmetic dentist Naoki Hayashi, who provided a photo of the diamond-studded mold.
Post Malone has a history of doling out ridiculous amounts of cash for jewelry. In 2019, he dropped $250,000 on a Dallas Cowboys chain. Bokhoor of Angel City Jewelers, who created the chain, delivered it to him at AT&T Stadium as Post was hosting his second annual hometown festival, Posty Fest.
The pendant included 3,000 stones, 9.7 carats of baguettes, 13.5 carats of sapphires and 8.7 carats of diamonds.
Post Malone collects diamonds in terms of his music, too. In April, three of his biggest singles — “Congratulations” with Quavo, “ROCKSTAR” with 21 Savage and “Sunflower” with Swae Lee — crossed the 10 million sales threshold, totaling three diamond plaques from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), making him the youngest artist in history to have three diamond-certified singles.
Dre London, the man who discovered Post Malone, celebrated the honor on Instagram, writing, “Mama!! We did it again!! This stuff don’t just happen in the movies it happens in real life too!! Who would have ever thought your son from the streets of Brixton South London would have ever discovered the youngest artist in history to EVER have 3 diamond records. Congrats to my bruv @postmalone We did it!!& we just getting started!!! #2021 #DreVision.”