RAPPER Drake may have started from the bottom but now he’s in a custom-built Toronto MEGA mansion made for royalty.
The Canadian superstar, 33, spared no expense for the 35,000 square foot luxurious estate he constructed in his home country in late 2019.
Champagne Papi’s impressive crib features a special “awards room” and an indoor custom “OVO” – short for October’s Very Own, the name of Drake’s record label – NBA regulation-sized basketball court.
The Toronto Raptor’s superfan can be see as he scored a perfect shot from the extravagant top level down to the hoop below.
When he is in more of a mood to relax, the In My Feelings singer has a glamorous lounge that features a grand piano and a massive marbled double-sided fireplace with rows of grey sofas and chairs for seating.
His pad – which also includes an elevator – houses a large black-and-white marbled island in the center of the modern kitchen that has plenty of room to entertain.
The outside of Drake’s lavish new home looks more like a palace as the gated multi-million dollar estate also features a 10-car garage and a spacious driveway to house the Degrassi actor’s expansive auto collection.
In 2015, the music mogul purchased the two-acre property for $6.7 million and hired Canadian home designer and builder Ferris Rafauli to make his custom home dreams come true.
In order to maintain privacy and security, The City of Toronto granted special permission last September to their hometown hero to build fences that are twice as high as the permitted height.
Drake has spent more than $1 million on 20-foot tall trees that go along the fences so he “fits in with the neighborhood,” CTVN reported.
The friends-turned-lovers were pictured at the A$AP Rocky Yams Day concert as they watched their friend perform on stage.
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The We Found Love singer and Drake were previously reported to have dated on-and-off throughout 2016.
Their relationship has seemed strained as the formerly-close pair haven’t been spotted together in recent years.
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