Frank Ocean's Luxury Brand Homer Has Debuted a $25,000 USD Bejeweled Cock Ring

Bringing the kink to his latest collection.

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Things are heating up with Frank Ocean‘s latest drop for his luxury brand Homer.

Highlighting his newest collection, Homer has announced the XXL H-Bone Ring. The blinged-out accessory is an 18-karat yellow gold cock ring that is currently retailing for $25,000 USD. Additional detailing includes the diamond-encrusted Homer “H” motifs. There are other various styles of the cock rings that are available on the official Homer website, falling between $1,364 USD and $5,695 USD, a lower price range for those who still want to add a bit of spice to their sex life but do not want to shell out a quarter of a $100K USD.

The luxury company took to Instagram with an eye-catching visual. The cock ring was seen modeled on a naked man with the genitals censored. The spicy accessory is set to be made available at the brand’s New York location starting on August 11 and online. Take a look below at the announcement.

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