Lil Baby recently blasted New York-based jeweler Rafaello & Co. on social media for selling her a fake $ 1,000 Patek Philippe watch. The jewelry responded to a long apology posted on Instagram.
The company said in their Instagram story, “I personally apologize to Lil Baby for not doing my due diligence while selling her Patek watches.” “I should have inspected the watch after buying it from the dealer. I take full responsibility for not doing my job properly. I personally would never sell him or anyone else something that is not 100% true.
The test began earlier this week when Lil Baby posted the watch on her Instagram story. He wrote “40th anniversary !! No. Fake Patek’s picture is regular “and” 400K. “After a while, he made a post and this time Patek tagged Philip and said,” See why I have to be on the list. “He continued and wrote, I shouldn’t. “
At first, the rap star was not clear if any jeweler had sold him expensive items. However, he killed the mystery by naming the company in a short paragraph on Friday evening. The paragraph serves as the title for one of his videos which shows giant, ice rings. Each ring is a blurred letter of the word “four”. In case you didn’t know, the Atlanta-born artist owns the record label 4PF, which stands for Four Pocket Flowers.
Lil Baby wrote on Instagram, “Now Rafaello and the company know better than anyone else to sell me a fake or what could be called a fake.” “I stand by my name the way you should! There is nothing wrong with this meaning being involved. Don’t play with me because when I’m here, I’m on it.
Rafaello & Co. in their apology revealed that Lil Baby received the ring for free in the video [their] Sincere apologies. “They confirmed the record was set directly about Lil Baby’s ice game and said that” Lil Baby “has nothing” fake “about her jewelry and watch in particular.
He was also allegedly given back his ,000 400,000.
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