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Most Expensivest is hosted by Grammy winning hip-hop superstar 2 Chainz who takes viewers on a charming and unexpected tour of the culture of excess. Kinetic and completely unpredictable, 2 Chainz "investigates" all manner of products and services, driven by a central question: Is it worth it? Is it sh*t? Or is it "The Sh*t"? Shot in New York City and Las Vegas, Most Expensivest dives headlong into the absurdly luxurious and will determine if $4,000 canine cologne, an $800 bottle of beer or $5,000 Chicken Wings are really worth it.
2 Chainz feels out a $200 Bluetooth Fleshlight, explores $8,000 sex toys with Amber Rose, and swings by a high-end BDSM studio.
2 Chainz tastes THC butter from a $15,000 machine and treats from a $400 home edible kit; a $10,000 weed-infused meal with a $75 bottle of weed wine.
A visit with Mark Cuban in Dallas to check out a luxury equestrian center; Erykah Badu joins 2 Chainz to review a $5,000 Stetson hat and ponder a $28,000 cowboy boot.
Bee-keeping ballers who aim to end world hunger with genetically grown meat; 2 Chainz's beloved pet, Trappy, meets a $3,000 robotic dog.
2 Chainz logs on to a multimillion dollar VR system, listens to music on a $4,000 speaker, plays on a $45,000 supercomputer, and smokes out of an $8,000 smart rig and a $250,000 bong.
2 Chainz teams up with football legend Jerry Rice and goes head-to-head with sumo wrestlers, and gets a $1 million kimono, a $200 bowl of ramen, and a tea ceremony.
Taste testing fancy gemstone water with Angela Simmons; 2 Chainz and DJ Bay Bay look at sustainable luxury homes; HoverGlide; Sherp.
2 Chainz is in Dallas to study the wide world of Tex-Mex cuisine, destroy a $1,000 piñata, look at a $600 margarita maker and try $450,000 tequila.
2 Chainz is at a huge honky-tonk in Texas where he will watch bull riding, play a $20,000 banjo, taste a $250 bottle of hot sauce, and go line-dancing.
2 Chainz visits a vineyard worth $100 million, sips on a $900 bottle of wine, checks out a $2,000 decanter and $150 glassware.
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