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Rapper gets gold chains implanted into his head

September 14, 2021 | Comment icon 20 comments



Not your average look. Image Credit: YouTube / Dan Sur
A Mexican rapper by the name of Dan Sur claims to be the first person to have chains implanted into his skull.
When it comes to accessories, most people are content with getting their ears pierced, but for others, there is practically no limit to what they will pierce or implant into their own bodies.

23-year-old Mexican rapper Dan Sur for instance has taken things to the extreme by replacing his natural hair with a set of gold chains that he has allegedly had surgically implanted into his head.

"This is my hair," he said. "Golden hair. The first rapper to have gold hair implanted in human history."

"The truth is that I wanted to do something different because I see that everyone dyes their hair."

"I hope not everyone copies me now."
Sur has since appeared in a number of videos on TikTok and YouTube showcasing his new metallic locks. It's not clear if the chains really are implanted, nor is it clear what type of metal they are made from, but it's unlikely to be actual solid gold given how heavy and expensive that would be.

"I have it as a hook that is implanted in my head and that hook has hooks and they are all hooked in my skull, under my skin," he explained in one of his videos.

The result is certainly striking, albeit a bit impractical given that he can hardly see where he's going.

According to doctors, such implants are also potentially dangerous and can lead to infections and long term health issues - especially if the metal chains themselves are heavy.

Whether or not Sur will decide to keep his new locks however remains to be seen.

Source: Oddity Central | Comments (20)



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Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #11 Posted by XenoFish 3 months ago
If legit, hopefully it went similar to pinheads creation.† †
Comment icon #12 Posted by XenoFish 3 months ago
https://www.tmz.com/2021/09/05/lil-uzi-vert-pink-forehead-diamond-ripped-out-rolling-loud/
Comment icon #13 Posted by Hammerclaw 3 months ago
Virgin News International: Breaking: ....Famous Rapper found decapitated. Head missing....
Comment icon #14 Posted by Noawareness 3 months ago
Not gold chains!!!
Comment icon #15 Posted by mesuma 3 months ago
How did he go to the bathroom with all this **** on? †
Comment icon #16 Posted by Berwen 3 months ago
If this is real then perhaps they can install some brains in this person as well.†
Comment icon #17 Posted by Freez1 3 months ago
Man these rap stars are missing one thing! A mature mind!!!! Someone needs to help these idiots. It?s either rap about the wrong thug and get you?re a$$ shot or a drug overdose. Now we got idiots with their implanted gold and diamonds, Oh well like Pop Smoke made the news when someone broke his grave open dead or alive that gold will be in some grave robbers hands one†day!!!
Comment icon #18 Posted by DanL 3 months ago
Don't stand too close to him in a lightning storm!!! He also might want to avoid...shall we say, the less savory parts of town. Can you imagine somebody just grabbing a handful of gold chains and trying to yank them off and run away with them???
Comment icon #19 Posted by MissJatti 3 months ago
Mexico isnt actually a safe place to be, no matter who you are
Comment icon #20 Posted by Mantis914 3 months ago
If this is real, I guess he never plans on flying the friendly skies. † Iíd like to†see him pass through a metal†detector.


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