Rapper Lil Uzi Vert Hailed as Wanda and Vision’s Son After Permanently Implanting a $24 Million Diamond on Forehead

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By Elazje Carillo | More Articles Managing Editor
February 04, 2021  04:31 PM

Rapper Lil Uzi Vert recently had a $24 million diamond implanted on his forehead. This stunt has made the rapper the topic on social media. Marvel fans recently compared his appearance to Marvel’s Vision and many fans have a field day on social media joking about it. In fact, the diamond has insurance in case anything happens to it.

The rapper’s diamond-implanted forehead became the talk of the town after photos of his new facial circulated on social media. The first glimpse of the gem first emerged from a FaceTime screenshot. It was captured when Uzi showed the diamond to a friend.

The rapper shared a quite morbid update about his implant. He revealed that if the diamond is not removed correctly, it can become fatal. His announcement was accompanied by a picture of his blood dripping from the diamond. Later on, Uzi assured fans that everything is fine.

Marvel fans have another idea though. They think that the rapper should be careful or he may end up like Vision, not with a stone on his head but rather, the ‘grim’ version. Besides having the diamond as a ‘wild’ flex, many netizens immediately compared him to how Thanos removed the soul stone out of Vision’s head. 

This led to many memes coming out flying. One tweet even mentioned that the rapper is the child of Wanda and Vision. Another netizen quipped saying that the rapper went from Lil Uzi Vert to Lil Uzi Vision. However, another commenter added a quite grim joke saying that somebody might snatch the diamond on the rapper’s forehead just like how Thanos’ snatched the Mind Stone from Vision’s forehead.

Check out some of the tweets below:

That said, WandaVision Episode 5 will air on February 5.

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