Kid Cudi has received a lavish birthday gift from Tiffany & Co. executive vice president Alexandre Arnault, and flexed it all over Instagram.

Cudder turned 39 earlier this week, and on Wednesday (February 1) he received a neatly decorated box in the mail from Arnault himself, who aside from being the son of Europe’s richest man, LVMH billionaire Bernard Arnault, is a noted Hip Hop head.

Inside the box was a gorgeous rose gold Tiffany Lock bangle featuring full pavé diamonds. It’s unclear how much Cudi’s piece is worth exactly, but an identical-looking bracelet retails for $34,000 on Tiffany & Co.’s website.

“Wow. A very special Bday gift from a really special friend @alexanderarnault. This is wild. Thank u so fuckin much my brother,” the Man on the Moon rapper wrote in his Instagram caption.

Arnault himself reacted with multiple fire emojis in the comments, and even Gwyneth Paltrow took a moment to show love for the piece via a heart-eye emoji.

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Alexandre Arnault is no stranger to Hip Hop. The 30-year-old fashion executive has previously collaborated with Beyoncé and JAY-Z and once even had Kanye West perform at his birthday party. Pharrell was also at his wedding in 2021.

Kid Cudi’s 39th birthday celebrations were partially shared on Instagram over the weekend, with video footage showing the Ohio native being serenaded by a group of friends, including Jaden Smith.

Speaking of birthday parties, Cudder also spent his special day making headlines after his former G.O.O.D. Music labelmate Consequence claimed he called Drake “fucking corny” at Kanye West’s birthday party one year.

Cons said Cudi’s disparaging remarks came at a restaurant in New York City shortly after Ye had been commissioned to work on Drizzy’s “Best I Ever Had” music video in 2009.

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“I’m in the middle of both of them. Drake is like, ‘Yo, it’s just a pleasure to be around y’all and I appreciate y’all embracing me. I grew up watching all your videos. It’s a dream come true,’” he recalled. “Cudi right here like, ‘Man, fuck that n-gga. That n-gga’s pussy, yo. Why he even here? Fuck’s wrong with this n-gga, man? Get this n-gga the fuck outta here, he’s so fucking corny.’”

He added: “There’s been animosity, envy for years…It’s really crazy how it’s manifested over the years. When I seen Cudi and Drake in the ‘Pursuit of Happiness’ , I was like, what I’ma do? Call Drake and be like, ‘Yo, you know he don’t really fuck with you like that?’”

While the pair have had a tense relationship over the years, they appeared to reconcile in 2021 by linking up for their first collaboration on Drizzy’s Certified Lover Boy cut “IMY2.”