Stefon Diggs Bought A Custom Diamond-Studded Starbucks Necklace That Your Friend Becky Would, Like, Die For

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Stefon Diggs is a lot like your friend Becky in that they’re both easy to score with, always wear purple, and have an unhealthy obsession with Starbucks.

And they both post ambiguous tweets like this on the reg:

In any event, Diggs just inked a five-year, $72 million deal with the Vikings and has a little extra disposable income in his pocket. So, as a 24-year-old millennial, he hit up the famed Al the Jeweler to create for him a diamond-studded necklace to honor Starbucks. TMZ reports that the necklace has 1,000 emeralds and VS diamonds and took over a month to complete. It is estimated to be worth $15,000. Check it out in all its glory below:

The necklace will pair perfectly with the Starbucks-inspired cleats the star wide receiver wore against Seattle last season.

Where do these cleats fall on the Millennial Scale from 1 to adidas Emoji cleats?

Somewhere in a Soul Cycle class in Lower Manhattan, Becky is sitting on a stationary bike like:

[h/t TMZ Sports]

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