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Yung Bleu Can’t Find His Boosie Badazz Chain

Yung Bleu is one of the hardest artists to bless the rap game, arriving with his own unique sound and voice that fans can’t get enough of. Hailing from Mobile, Alabama, Bleu was determined to make it out the trenches and take care of his family through and through. When it comes to his passion and drive for the music, there’s nobody doing numbers like him.

With standout singles such as “Miss It” and “Unappreciated,” Bleu recently went from a major to signing with independent label EMPIRE. Releasing his third installment to the Blue Vandross series, he proves more than ever that his time is now.

King Ice caught up with Yung Bleu via Instagram Live to discuss how much his Bleu Vandross chain costs, and losing his Badazz chain from Boosie.

How would you describe your drip?

I hate getting dressed. I’m the type of n*gga to throw on a white tee and some chains, but I do it for y’all. I do it for the fans. 

How much was your Bleu Vandross chain?

The charm was $36K, and the chain was $14K. [shows chain] The charm and this was probably $50K altogether. That’s my most expensive piece. I got a lot of chains, probably 5 chains. 

Do you fuck with watches?

Yeah, I fuck with watches too. I like the Rolexes, but I’m starting to get into the APs. 

What happened to your Bad Azz chain?

Man, I lost that bitch when I was moving out my old apartment. I had to tell Boosie “man, I lost the chain.” He said “nan, how you lose the chain?”  I can’t find that b-tch nowhere man.

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