Rapper Dan Sur has gold chains surgically IMPLANTED in his scalp as extreme bling look explodes online

Rapper Dan Sur has gold chains surgically IMPLANTED in his scalp as extreme bling look explodes online


RAPPER Dan Sur says he's the first to mint his hair with surgically implanted gold chains. 

“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 said in a TikTok video posted on Thursday.

The 23-year-old reggaeton artist who originally hails from Mexico flaunted his golden and jeweled locks that replaced his natural brown hair and matched his diamond encrusted grilled teeth. 

The entertainer further explained that the chains dangling over his face like a shiny lampshade cost a pretty penny and that he plunked down big money for the chains.  


Sur suggests he’s a pioneer to permanently turn his head into a gold mine. 

“This is my hair,” he said in another clip, according to the Daily Mail.

“Golden hair. 

“The first rapper to have gold hair implanted in human history,” he expressed.


He posted a TikTok video of him showing off his golden hair while brushing his expensive and sparkly grill. 

It was in response to a fan who asked: “How do you brush your teeth?”

The rapper took a pot shot at fellow flamboyant rapper Takashi 6ix9ine whose signature rainbow lox inspired other lyricists to copycat. 

“I don't paint my hair like all these Takashi clones,” he captioned an Instagram post with him lugging four golden bars on his shoulder.

Sur explained that the move to shed his hair for a blinged out bowl hairstyle was to create “something different.” 

The rapper has attracted 39,000 followers on Instagram but commands an1.9 million followers on TikTok.

Last week, Sur posted a music video, aptly titled Oro (which translates to Gold).

It features the rapper raising two golden bars up to his ears and rubbing a golden chameleon in front of a Louis Vuitton and Chanel wallpaper.

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