Frank Ocean has released a new collection of accessories through his luxury goods company, including a $25,000 cock ring.
Because, why the hell not?
The Lost singer sent fans into a spin with a post on the brand’s official Instagram page, posting a pixelated picture of said ring being modeled.
‘The XXXL H-Bone Ring with Stones is hand made of 18 karat yellow gold with an array of channel set princess-cut diamonds and layers that express a pixelated bone or an H-motif, finished with a high polish,’ the caption read.
However, if you’re planning an early Christmas, or even Valentine’s Day present for your loved one, you might need to get saving.
That exact cock ring will set you back a whopping $25,570, plus we assume a little bit extra on wrapping paper if you want to spruce it up.
There are cock rings on offer that may be more budget friendly, including one for $1,365 which comes in many other colors.
As well as this, Homer also offers pendants, belt buckles, scarves and a host of other gift ideas.
Fans couldn’t get enough of Frank’s offerings, questioning whether the Novacane musician would ever get back into the studio now that he can rake in a fortune in cock rings.
Flocking to Twitter, one joked: ‘Frank Ocean selling a cock ring instead of coming out with an album.’
‘Proposing to my gf with the Frank Ocean cock ring,’ a follower said.
Another laughed: ‘Babe what’s wrong? Why aren’t you wearing your $25,000 cock ring designed by Frank Ocean?’
‘No way Frank Ocean dropped a cock ring before an album,’ a Twitter user fumed.
As a fan pleaded: ‘Would anybody like to float me ~$25K for the Frank Ocean cock ring.’
Frank, who is notoriously private, launched Homer last year.
The wildly talented musician previously shared his thoughts on the high-end products the site offers in a rare interview last year.
‘I didn’t want our work to be any less expensive than Cartier,’ he told the Financial Times.
‘Mostly because it’s five letters and the dotcom was available,’ he added of the brand’s name.
‘But also because Homer is considered the father of history and history is meant to endure – the same as diamonds and gold – and I know Homer used papyrus, but I’ve always liked the idea of carving history into stone.’
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