Hip Hop Awards '20: Juicy J On His $100K Chain And More Stars Divulge Their Jewelry Prices

The stars chatted with us on "Chain of Command."

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Juicy J - “I just call it everyday wear,” Juicy J shared with us about his diamond studs. According to the rapper and producer, some of his most expensive jewelry includes $100K watches he purchased from Jacob The Jeweler in the late 90s. “I got so much jewelry, sometimes I don’t even wear it.” (Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for BET)

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Boosie - Boosie won our “Slick Rick Award” for having the most bling on our green carpet. “It is like a costume, when you wear it, it brightens you up,” the rapper explained about the inspiration behind wearing diamonds.(Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)

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Kash Doll - When asked why she wears ice (diamonds), Kash Doll confidently responded, “for the drip.” The rapper continued, “You know when the ice is melting, it drips.”(Photo by Aaron J. Thornton/WireImage)

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Saweetie - Saweetie chatted with us about why she loves diamond bling, and according to the “Icy” rapper, it’s all about the mentality that comes with sporting the luxe jewels. “For me, ice is more like a mentality. Like real Icy Girls, we’re hustlers and all the bling is just icing on top,” she shared.(Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)

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Rapsody - Rapsody snagged our “Showstopper Award” with her diamond rollers inspired by a painting. “It was inspired by a photo I was of a Black woman with rollers in [her hair]. I was like, ‘man that reminds me of my mama when she used to go to the store and just throw some rollers in and go,’” she shared. The rapper continued, “So me and my stylist, Misa Hylton, we just got together and we threw paint at the wall. This is what we came up with.”(Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)

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Hitmaka - “They all trophies,” Hitmaka shared about his diamond jewels. “They come with the game, you know. When you achieve success or you want to show off your success...that’s how we do it.”  (Photo by Aaron J. Thornton/WireImage)

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Johnny The Jeweler - Johnny The Jeweler stepped onto our red carpet with some seriously high priced bling. According to the celebrity jeweler, who was wearing $500K worth of diamonds, rappers love his custom-made jewelry because it makes them look “much bigger,” and “more exciting.” (Photo by Aaron J. Thornton/WireImage)

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Money Man - “You know hip hop is jewelry,” Money Man explained to us. “It's like you got to have a chain.” No pressure though. Showing off his neck and wrist of diamonds the rapper admits that he spent a whopping $600K on one piece of jewelry. “I’ve been going this since I was in middle school,” he said.  (Photo by Aaron J. Thornton/WireImage)

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DaBaby - DaBaby practically blinded us when he showed up at the BET Hip Hop Awards. Flaunting a custom-made diamond chain emblazoned with his last name (and name of his album “Kirk”) we had to know the details about his purchase from Johnny The Jeweler.“I told Johhny J to make the chain extra heavy. Put extra diamonds in it,” the rapper shared. “Not only is it a nice looking piece of jewelry it is also a great marketing tool for my new project because it got the name of my album on it eight, nine times.”He dropped these gems for those looking to buy bling. “If you going to spend that much on a necklace man, make it get you something back.”(Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)

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Bandhunta Izzy - Bandhunta Izzy earned the “Tearjerker Award” for the most sentimental bling after he paid homage to his late bro on with his $30K diamond chain. (Photo by Aaron J. Thornton/WireImage)

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Zaytoven - Zaytoven shared with us exclusively that the most expensive piece of jewelry he bought was the $200K Skeleton AP, he wore that night. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)

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YK Osiris - YK Osiris rocked a $250K watch at the BET Hip Hop Awards. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)