Watch Gunna Show off His "Drip" for Five Minutes Straight

Chains, Rolexes and more.

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Gunna has been making quite the rounds lately, first stopping by Sneaker Shopping to delve into some retail therapy followed by a team up with Lil Skies for his “Stop the Madness” music video.

Now the American rapper has taken the time out of his busy schedule to sit down with GQ for his chance to show off his insane jewelry collection, or as he calls it, “drip.” Kicking off the five-minute video, Gunna firstly explains what exactly “drip” means before talking about his first and favorite piece, his “Gunna” chain that cost $250,000 USD. “Drip is like your attire, what you’re wearing,” he states. “But it can be like something you do, like how you do it, you can drip on a beat, you know what I’m saying, it’s just like a wave.”

The rapper then transitions into his timepieces by spotlighting the Rolex given to him by Young Thug and his $125,000 USD Richard Mille, that inspired one of his songs, before finally moving onto his diamond snake ring and triple cross chain. “It’s the triple cross, what’s better than two? Three,” he says. Check out Gunna’s impressive jewelry arsenal in the video posted above.

In more fashion news, the Hublot Big Bang gets new titanium and 18K king gold skin’s courtesy of Sang Bleu.

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