Fast-rising Mexican rapper and producer, Dan Sur, has become the first musical artist to get gold chains surgically implanted on his skull. He shared some photos of himself wearing chains on his head, which is now his hair.
According to Punch, the Mexican rapper claimed to be the first human on Earth to have gold chains for hair. While sharing the photos of his gold chains hair, which is believed to be worth millions of money, he said, “I have it as a hook that is implanted in my head, and that hook has hooks, and they are hooked to my skull, under my skin. This is my hair, golden chain hair. The first rapper to have gold hair implanted in human history". Below is a screenshot of his post as reported by the Punch News.
Dan Sur is believed to be one of the wealthiest male rappers in Mexico, who has other businesses aside from music. He indulges into some businesses that generate such a huge amount of money which aid him in making history.
Below are some photos of his Gold Chain hair.
Photos Credit: The Punch
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