Nick Cannon’s $2 Million Diamond Encrusted Shoes

In a recent interview with Complex, Nick Cannon’s diamond shoes stole the show.  The $2 million diamond-encrusted Tom Ford masterpieces are amazing.  Check out the video at the bottom of this post to see the full interview.

Hip Hop Wired reports that Nicholas Scott “Nick” Cannon is dating Rozonda Ocelean “Chilli” Thomas.  The new couple have been dating for about two months and they’ve already met each other’s parents.  Page Six explains that the former member of TLC was at the actor’s last America’s Got Talent show with his mother.

According to The Source the 35-year-old television host has recently been using spoken word to express his feelings about current events.  Over the past two decades we’ve watched him evolve from a young actor with potential to one of the most powerful individuals in Hollywood.  His life has been a very long journey.  Good thing he’s got those $2 million diamond encrusted shoes.

Nick Cannon $2 Million Dollar Diamond Encrusted Shoes

In a recent interview with Complex the rapper and actor was shining bright like a diamond.  His Christian Louboutin spiked loafers reminded us of the diamond shoes he once wore on America’s Got Talent.  In 2014 he explained to People that he wanted $1 million on each foot because the show is all about winning that million dollar prize.  
Nick Cannon $2 Million Dollar Diamond Encrusted Shoes
The Tom Ford loafers were designed by Jason Arasheben the CEO of Jason of Beverly Hill.  Jason has earned a reputation for creating stunning diamond pieces for a very selective clientele.  They took Jason and his team over a year to create thanks to the 14,000+ round-cut diamonds.  Jason also designed the Golden State Warriors’ 2015 NBA Championship ring.  Cannon stated that he plans to auction off the shoes for a great cause.


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