As every Beckett, Riddick and Todd knows; Drake (real name Aubrey Drake Graham) is a Canadian-American singer and actor who has established himself as one of his generation's most commercially successful and high-profile artists.
Furthermore, his net worth is expected to have risen to be over $150 million by the fall of 2020 as an accomplished rapper with a lot of numerous successful studio albums and achievements and since his rise to stardom, Drake has been able to obtain some of the more expensive items he desired with such a large sum of money he has in his bank account.
In other not to bore you with too much words, and according to The Richest here are 5 expensive items that Drake the rapper can boast of having:
1. Drake's Bugatti Veyron:
This sports automobile is said to cost around $1.2 million, but it comes with additional maintenance charges.
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The cost of maintaining the tires alone is roughly $70,000, but that is the least of Drake's concerns as the rapper is known to have one of these babies inside his garage.
2. Drake's Gold Jordan Shoes or Sneakers:
This pair of sneakers is three times the price of any other high-end sneaker. They're said to be made of solid gold, and if they are, the price tag would be $2 million, with a weight of roughly 200 pounds.
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It's also one of the items you will see in Drake's wardrobe.
3. Drake's Golden Diamond Island Chain:
At Drake's request, celebrity jeweller Ben Baller created this 800-gram gold chain.
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The chain, which is set with black, green, and canary yellow diamonds, is a symbol of the rapper's devotion to Stone Island, an Italian men's clothing label owned by Carlo Rivetti.
4. Drake's Mansion In Toronto:
The Toronto superstar chose to build a mansion in his hometown and had already paid $6.7 million for the property in 2015.
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The 34-year-old bought the 50,000-square-foot house and rebuilt it from the ground up in his hometown of Toronto, Canada. Due to considerable renovations, the house is said to be worth $100 million (£80 million).
A full-size NBA basketball court, a black granite-sheathed swimming pool, and a recording studio lounge fashioned like a nightclub are among the amenities included in the home.
5. Drake's Rolls-Royce Phantom:
Another stunning vehicle has been added to the list. This vehicle matches Drake's socioeconomic-classic class perfectly, with a top speed of around 100 mph in 14.7 seconds, a V12 engine, 453 brake horsepower, and an 8-speed automatic gearbox.
Photo Credit: Drake's Instagram page
The Toronto rap-god (Drake) only paid $400,000 for this road beast (Rolls-Royce Phantom).
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