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Slim Jxmmi spends $150,000 on custom Call of Duty jewelry

by Brad Norton

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Slim Jxmmi may have some of the most original gaming-themed jewelry in the world, after the bling-loving hip hop artist just dropped $150,000 on some limited-edition Call of Duty-themed ice.

A best selling hip hop artist known most prominently known for being one half of the Rae Sremmurd duo alongside his brother Swae Lee, Slim Jxmmi has made it known that he’s serious when it comes to Call of Duty.

Having linked up with members of the FaZe Clan to play Call of Duty in the past, the rapper has upped his game this time around by spending a pretty penny on some authentic weapon charms.

Infinity Ward.
Charms hang from weapons in Modern Warfare.

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While in Atlanta, he headed into Icebox Diamonds & Watches, a jeweler that is frequented by some of the biggest stars in the music industry.

Coming in with an original request, he pulled out his phone and showed pictures of “custom charms” from Call of Duty that he wanted to rock in real life.

In Modern Warfare for instance, weapon charms are small unlockables that hang on individual weapons to add some flair in the popular FPS title.

Rather than attaching them to real firearms though, the rapper decided to collect a few on a “little charm necklace.”

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“You come up with the most craziest ideas man,” the Icebox employee joked while running over the concepts with Jxmmi.

While the finalized designs weren’t on display in the first video, a follow up could be on the way that shows just how the rapper’s idea came out in the end.

Not leaving empty-handed, however, he walked away with a custom pair of iced out $18k glasses, three rings, and orders on the way for custom necklaces to boot.

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The custom frames ran Slim Jxmmi a cool $18,000.

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This isn't the first time video game bling has taken the music industry by storm. Activision’s own Crash Bandicoot has been a popular inspiration as the likes of Quavo and Trippie Red have dropped hundreds of thousands on diamond-encrusted chains featuring Aku Aku and Uka Uka respectively.

With this much money being spent on real CoD charms, maybe Infinity Ward could even consider honoring Slim Jxmmi with an in-game item of his own.