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Frank Ocean is selling a $25,000 cock ring

The XXXL H-Bone Ring is 18-karat gold and can be upgraded with "lab-grown" diamonds

  • Words: Aneesa Ahmed | Image: Blundeag/Homer
  • 8 August 2022
Frank Ocean is selling a $25,000 cock ring

Frank Ocean’s brand Homer has just released a line of luxury cock rings made of gold and diamonds, with some going for £27,159.

The XXXL H-Bone Ring, which is an 18-karat yellow gold cock ring, is currently valued at $25,000 (approximately £20,700).

This can be upgraded to a version with “60 “lab-grown” princess cut diamonds - with is currently going for £27,159. Purchase of one of these luxury cock rings includes free worldwide shipping.

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The XXXL H-Bone Ring has been showcased on a nude model on Homer’s Instagram - posted on August 7.

These luxury range items are part of a new line of cock rings, key chains, and jewellery all available through Homer. Prices on these items fall between £256 (the A-OK Keychain in silver) and £27,159 for the gold and diamond cock ring.

This range also includes a variety of premium pendants, key chains, earrings, rings, necklaces and more.

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As expected, the release of these luxury cock rings birthed memes all over the internet and got some emotive reactions from fans on Twitter.

“so frank ocean can drop an iced out cock ring, but not new music?” - one person tweeted.

“so you telling me frank ocean can release a $25K cock ring but he can’t release an album” - jokes another.

Meanwhile, one user said: “the sluttiest thing a man can do is wear the $25,570 Frank Ocean cock ring featuring 60 lab-grown princess cut diamonds.”

Homer is Frank Ocean’s luxury brand, which he started in 2018. In an interview with Financial Times in 2021, he spoke about the brand, saying: “I didn’t want our work to be any less expensive than Cartier.”

Frank Ocean, real name Christopher Edwin Breaux, released his last full album ‘Blonde’ in 2016. Since then, he released two tracks ‘Dear April’ and ‘Cayendo’ and has released snippets of music on his Apple Music 1 show Blonded Radio.

Read more here: Frank Ocean inspired by 'Detroit, Chicago, techno, house, French electronic' on new projects

To find out more about Frank Ocean’s luxury cock rings, visit the Homer website here.

Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

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