American rap mogul Jay-Z has a knack for acquiring expensive things. From houses to cars and watches, Jay-Z's collection is one befitting a king. Jay- Z who was the first rapper billionaire is usually not afraid to spend the fortune he has accrued through the years.
Jay Z owns a collection of expensive watches. One time piece however stands out the most. The Richard Mille RM 56-01 Tourbillion watch that was once spotted on Jay's wrist cost a whooping KSH 400 million. It's common knowledge that Richard Mille watches usually cost a fortune but what makes this time piece unique and more expensive are the green sapphire crystals embedded inside. Making the watch required a whole 960 hours of labour.
Jay Z is known to be a lover of expensive watches and spending Ksh 400 million on a watch didn't even put a dent in his Ksh 250 billion net worth. The rap superstar once gifted his VIP friends Rolex watches costing Ksh 5 million each.
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