- Safaree has taken to social media to show off the latest addition to his jewellery collection
- The rapper made a beautiful studded and expensive-looking pendant of his daughter's photo
- Safaree stated that the pendant is his favourite piece of anything he has seen or owned
Popular American rapper, Safaree is such a proud father and he recently got fans gushing over his latest jewellery addition.
The rapper contacted a jeweller to make his favourite photo of his cute daughter, Safire, into a pendant for him. According to him, he wanted the image brought to life.
In a series of video the excited father posted, the photo of the little girl was made into a beautiful stone-studded image, it glistened under the light alongside the chain.
Safaree also put the photo of his little girl and the neckpiece side by side to show the perfection of the work.
In the caption, Safaree said that he is at a loss for words and the pendant is the favourite piece of anything he has seen or owned.
"I ordered and he delivered! I am at a loss for words @traxnyc !!! This is my favorite piece of anything I’ve ever seen or owned! Wow! I asked for my favorite pic of @safiremajesty to be brought to life and this here is nothing short of greatness prestige and perfection! Wow! The Godfather has spoken@traxnyc."
Check out the post below:
Followers of the rapper took to the comment section to hail him and also gush about how beautiful the piece is, read some of the comments below:
"Now you my boy have the Hardest Chain In The Game‼ #GirlDad"
"Nah this is top tier. beautifullll."
"Nah King ! That’s on Another Level !!! #UPIT."
Still on entertainment, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Usher is a huge fan of Amapiano. The US superstar took to Instagram on Sunday, 28 March and posted a video of himself dancing to Kabza De Small's hit Sponono.
Kabza features DJ Maphorisa, Wizkid, Cassper Nyovest and Burna Boy on the hot tune. Phori took to Twitter on Monday, 29 March to share the clip of Usher getting down to the South African song. Madumane captioned his post:
"I saw Amapiano going big in dreams. I felt it, Sauta its our time, ereng voice ya Madumane ko IG ya Usher mara he."
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