For some, stuntin’ is a habit. We see “stunting” all day everyday on social media and what not. Flashy folks take to the net to show off their new clothes, jewelry, cars or any other coveted item to make themselves seem better than. None of the Gucci belts, Balmain jeans or Versace frames stunnas floss on the net are fuckin’ with the new garment copped by Indian businessman, Pankaj Parakh who had a shirt woven from solid gold.
The shirt in question cost $211,000 and was spun with 18 to 22 karat gold. It weighs ten pounds and is flexible like any other shirt. Supposedly, it arakh, a local politician and textile company owner, got the shirt as a 45th birthday present to himself. To let it shine on the world, he are it out for a birthday stroll. He’s no fool though. On his walk, he was flanked by a team of security guards.
Parakh didn’t just get the shirt top ball out. It is his intention to get into the Guinness Book of Work Records. That record is currently held by fellow Indian man, Datta Phuge. While Parakh’s new shirt weighs more than Phuge’s, it did not cost more. Phuge reportedly had his gold shirt (pictured below)made for a quarter of a million dollars.