Missy Elliott flaunts a diamond chain with a self-portrait pendant inspired by her…

Missy Elliott Shows Off Diamond Chain With Self-portrait Pendant Inspired By ‘the Rain (supa Dupa Fly)’

Missy Elliott flaunts a diamond chain with a self-portrait pendant inspired by her song “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly).”

Missy Elliott recently received a new ice cube that is worth a second look! Over the weekend, the music industry legend flaunted her handmade diamond necklace on Instagram. Missy’s new rope contained a pendant that was inspired by her popular song “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly).”

She didn’t reveal anything about the personalized item. It’s unclear how much Missy spent on the chain or how long it took to make at this time. Missy’s face and impact, on the other hand, are unquestionably at the forefront of its construction.

A video of the elaborate sculpture was included in Missy’s Instagram post. In her caption, she thanked B&B Jewelry for finishing her bespoke chain. The chain is a work of art in and of itself, with white and gold diamonds. The charm, on the other hand, is what catches the eye of anyone who is familiar with Missy’s outstanding work.

Her pendant is a self-portrait inspired by her music video for “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly).” The debut single, released in 1995, showcased stylish designs that are still remembered and copied today.

The garbage bag attire worn in the video has affected Missy’s new jewelry in particular. The charm is identical to the actual thing in terms of makeup, headgear, and even facial expression.

Records are being broken.

Missy’s present arrives about a month after she achieved a major musical milestone. As previously stated by Chart Data, Missy Elliott has six studio albums that have been “certified [RIAA] Platinum or higher,” the most among female rappers.

Missy retweeted Chart Data’s tweet, writing, “This is a HUGE MILESTONE.” “I am here, and I AM HUMBLY GRATEFUL, no matter how long it took to get here.”

Supa Dupa Fly (1997), Da Real World (1999), Miss E…So Addictive (2001), Under Construction (2002), This Is Not A Test (2003), and The Cookbook are some of Missy’s certified projects (2005).