Duke Deuce Shows Off His Jubilee Rolex & $35k QC Chain
Not everyone is lucky enough to have a Quality Control chain, and Duke Deuce wears his loud and proud. The Memphis native declares himself the new King of Crunk, even recruiting Lil Jon, Juicy J, and Project Pat for the explosive remix to “Crunk Ain’t Dead.”
This isn’t even what got him on: Duke had multiple singles go viral including “Whole Lotta” and “Yeh” who’s music videos sees him turnt, dancing along for not only the music video, but giving an overall show.
Duke’s confidence is A1, declaring himself the “sexiest fat n*gga alive.” Most recently, he released his new tape titled Memphis Massacre 2, bringing that same high energy you hear on “Crunk Ain’t Dead.” King Ice caught up with Duke who was rocking diamonds around his neck and wrist.
How much is that QC chain worth?
About $35K. I’ve only had this chain for at least 6 months. I got signed in 2017.
Is it heavy?
Yeah, you want to pick it up? [picks up chain] It ain’t bad.
What was your reaction when you got the chain?
Shit, it was light. I don’t over exaggerate shit. I’m not dramatic. I fuck with it, I love it. I appreciate it.
What you got on your wrist?
A Jubilee Rolex.
*The Jubilee, a supple and comfortable five-piece link metal bracelet, was designed and made especially for the launch of the Oyster Perpetual Datejust in 1945.
* = Quote from Rolex.com
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