Drake might just be having the best week ever.
The Canadian hip-hop superstar has been sitting court side for his hometown Toronto Raptors, where he also serves as a global ambassador, during home games. Drake, whose name is Aubrey Graham, but goes by his middle name, was part of the massive watch party in downtown Toronto on Thursday night as the Raptors finished off the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors in a somewhat surprising six-game series.
He spent the weekend hosting the team at victory parties in Las Vegas and released his first new solo music in a year.
While Drake didn’t travel to games in Oakland for security reasons, he was in his familiar seat near halfcourt and the Raptors’ bench during Game 5, a narrow Toronto loss but one that still saw the 32-year-old flash some serious wrist bling.
He was caught by cameras pregame sporting a Richard Mille RM 69 Erotic Tourbillon watch. The price tag on that? A cool $750,000.
Previously, he’s gone in-depth about his watch collection. He’s shared on Instagram photos of his multiple Rolex watches. He owns several Rolex Daytonas, including ones with Everose gold, a white gold, and a diamond model. He also is the owner of a Daytona Ref. 116528, which is has the Paul Newman-style tribute dial which makes the watch so sought after.
His Sky-Dweller Ref. 326935 comes with the issued annual calendar function and ability to check time in two time zones, which is no-doubt helpful for the criss-crossing music superstar.
Drake also owns a Rolex Day-Date, which is also known as the Rolex President. The Rolex Presidential watches come in varieties of yellow, Everose and white gold options. On the cover of GQ magazine in 2013, Drake is shown wearing a Rolex President ref. 218348.
As he continues to branch out beyond music, Drake’s watch collection only figures to grow — Forbes lists him with a net worth of $150 million.
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