Drake has redefined the meaning of the word "baller" with a single shot.
On Sunday (July 15), the "No Guidance" rapper showed off his killer jump shot, while giving a look inside his 35,000 square-foot Toronto mansion. In the first of two Instagram videos, Drake gave a glimpse at his OVO-themed court from the glass window atop his roof. While the clip was enough of a flex to make most people do a double take, it was the second clip that really took the cake. In the video, Drake is shown taking, and making, a shot from his second-floor living room (yes, living room) onto his basketball court below. (You know, casual.)
"Basketball, dinner, @euphoria on a Sunday," Drake coyly captioned the insane videos, shouting out his HBO series Euphoria.
According to The Blast, the 32-year-old rapper and businessman bought the 6.7 million property in Toronto's Bridle Path neighborhood back in 2015. Since then he's torn down the original mansion and built his own, equipped with an indoor, custom-designed basketball court.
Drake didn't get to shoot three's from his living room without accumulating serious cash. Ironically enough, fans were bashing the "Money In The Grave" rapper last week for what they called "overpriced" OVO Fest tickets with ticket prices ranging from $383 USD to $1900 and up.
The "Money In The Grave" rapper released the lineup for his 9th annual OVO Fest on Thursday (July 11). B2K, Mario, Pretty Ricky, Lloyd, Ying Yang Twins, Chingy, and Bobby V — all of whom came together for the "Millennium Tour" earlier this year — will take the Budweiser Stage on August 4 in Drake's hometown of Toronto. Drake is also set to perform on August 5. While he's currently the only act listed for the festivals final day, it's basically a sure bet that he'll be bringing out a number of special guests.
OVO Fest additionally features OVO Summit, which will take place August 1-2, and OVO Bounce, which will be held July 29 to August 2.
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