The 'woah' hit maker took to Instagram to show off his new Patek Phillippe Nautilus 40th Anniversary wrist watch which he purchased from a celebrity jeweler Rafaello for $400k .
However, the FakeWatchBuster Instagram account informed him that the watch he was wearing and later went ahead to prove the difference between a genuine Patek Phillippe Nautilus 40th Anniversary and the fake one worn by the American rapper. " He got scammed $400k for that, he should take his money back, " wrote the account.
After receiving the news that he got played and he was wearing a fake Patek Phillippe watch, an angry Lil Baby launched a scathing attack at the jeweler who sold him the fake watch saying, " Now y'all know better than to sell me of all the people a fake or anything that could be called fake. " He continued to say, "I stand on my name the same way y'all should! "
The jeweler later apologized to Lil Baby, refunded him his money back and offered him free diamonds as compensation.
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