Lil Wayne’s Million Dollar Beats Headphones

Lil Wayne’s Million Dollar Beats Headphones
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It took someone as famous and loaded as Lil Wayne to finally shell out enough dough so that the million dollar Dr. Dre Headphones could see the light of the day. Or as is more relevant in this case, the lights of the nightclubs.

The American rapper, best known for Tha Block is Hot and The Carter III was spotted with these million dollar diamond encrusted headphones at the All-Star Game on Sunday night.

The headphones have been created by Dr. Dre in collaboration with Graff Diamonds. As to what Lil Wayne was doing with a million dollar accessory in a NBA game is something that only he can tell us.

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