In a series of tweets on Saturday (January 30), the Eternal Atake rapper implies he paid Eliantte $24 million for the rare stone and claims he had the blueprint for the idea since 2017 but just finished paying for it following a years-long layaway payment plan.
“I’ve been paying for a natural pink diamond from Elliot for years now,” Uzi wrote in the money bag emoji-stamped tweet. “This one Stone cost so much I’ve been paying for it since 2017. That was the first time I saw a real natural pink diamond. Diamond suit A lot of M’s in my face.”
I’ve been paying for a natural pink diamond from Elliot for years now . This one Stone cost so much I’ve been paying for it since 2017. That was the first time I saw a real natural pink diamond. ♦️ A lot of M’s in my face 🤫 💰 💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰
Last December, Sauce debuted his own $250,000 diamond tear drop dermal face piercing and called out Eliantte in the process for being a fraud and even claimed that Uzi wasn’t a fan of his work because of it. He actually went in on the jewelry designer, who he called a “fake Diamond selling bitch” in a two-minute Instagram video days before flossing his new accessory.
“I fuck with Takeoff, I fuck with Quavo, I fuck with the Migos — I got a relationship with them,” he prefaced his rant. “Them like my brothers, we can fuck around like that. You!, You, ‘We getting arab money,’ I don’t know you.
“You want to know why Uzi don’t fuck with you, you want to know why Lil Baby don’t fuck with you, all these rappers that done got jewelry made by you and didn’t buy it? Cuz your diamonds is fake.”
Sauce also believes he’s the inspiration behind Lil Uzi’s new ice and addressed the alleged style-biting in an Instagram post on Saturday.
“Keep following The leader lol,” Sauce wrote in the caption. “YALL LOOK AT @eliantte @liluzivert GETTIN TO COPY A NIGGA DRIP dick munching my style for 4-5 years lol yal still can’t see this shit DRIPGOD IS MY NAME TooMuchSauce lol S/o @liluzivert I KNO IM THE INFLUENCE TO YOUR INSPIRATION.”
“Who said who broke,” he rhythmically chimes in the clip flashing money. “I ain’t never seen Soulja Boy come drip like this.”
Though he’s obviously fixated on getting one-leg-up on his rapper competition in the ongoing online jewelry battles he’s constantly embroiled in, Sauce appears to be making his return to the music side of the industry and shared the video to his single “Without You” last week following his recent release “R.I.P Buddy.”
Watch the full video for Sauce Walka’s “Without You” below.