Lil Baby took to social media not too long ago to blast New York-based jeweler Rafaello & Co. for promoting him a faux $400,000 Patek Philippe watch. The jeweler has responded with a prolonged apology posted to Instagram.
“I personally want to apology to Lil Baby for not doing my due diligence when selling him the Patek watch,” the corporate mentioned on their Instagram Story. “I should’ve inspected the watch after purchasing it from the dealer. I take full responsibility for not doing my job properly. I personally would NEVER knowingly sell him or anyone else anything that is not 100% authentic.”
The ordeal started earlier this week when Lil Baby posted the watch to his Instagram Story. He wrote “40th anniversary!! Not. The regular” and “400k” on the picture of the faux Patek. Soon after, he created a submit and tagged Patek Philippe this time saying “see this why I need to be on the list.” He continued on and wrote “After market jewelers going to make me do some I shouldn’t be doing.”
At first, the rap star wasn’t clear about which jeweler bought him the dear accent. However, he killed the thriller on Friday night by naming the corporate in a brief paragraph. The paragraph served because the caption for a video of him flaunting big, icey rings. Each ring is a blinged out letter within the phrase “four.” If you didn’t know, the Atlanta-bred artist is the proprietor of the report label 4PF, which stands for Four Pockets Full.
“Now Rafaello & Co y’all know better than to sell ME of all people a FAKE or anything that could be called a FAKE,” Lil Baby wrote on Instagram. ” I stand on my title the identical approach y’all ought to! Ain’t no such factor as a mistake when that cash concerned. Don’t f*****g play with me trigger once I’m on that, I’m on that.”
In their apology, Rafaello & Co. revealed that Lil Baby obtained the rings within the video freed from cost “as a token of [their] sincere apologies.” They additionally made positive to set the report straight about Lil Baby’s ice recreation saying there’s “nothing fake about” Lil Baby “especially his jewelry and watches.”
He was additionally allegedly reimbursed his $400,000.
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