OVO Sound's Drake knows how to spoil himself. The self-proclaimed 6 God has reportedly purchased a multi-million dollar home literally next door to him.
According to reports, Drizzy dropped nearly $3 million on a crib just feet away from his current California dream home.
Hip-hop star Drake (real name: Aubrey Graham) pulled a fast one on all of us last summer and dropped $2.85 million on the beautiful estate next door to his already expansive Hidden Hills, CA, real estate compound. Drake purchased the larger property, a seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom sprawling mansion, back in 2012 for $7.7 million. But he must have decided that scooping up the house next door was a wise business decision - or he needed a massive new guesthouse (with its own guesthouse, naturally) - because last June, he spent $2.85 million to own it." (Trulia)
Outside of crib shopping, Drake raised eyebrows after bringing out rumored girlfriend Rihanna during one of his Los Angeles concerts.
However, the highlight of the performance was when Drake made another profession of love that sent Aubrhi shippers into a frenzy. As Rihanna gives her man a hug from behind, Drake tells the crowd, "I pray that you find somebody that holds you down like this woman right here." (People)
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Cameras spotted Rihanna and Drake a few nights ago partying at a Los Angeles nightclub.
The pair, who are believed to be an item, were spotted arriving at celeb nightspot The Nice Guy fresh from his concert at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles. Rihanna appeared to even have her drink from the show, arriving clutching a red glass filled with a red liquid. (The Mirror)
Last week, Drake's dad Dennis Graham shut down the RiRi dating rumors.
"They're friends, they've been friends for years," Graham told a paparazzo. "I don't know about settling down. No, they're friends. They're friends." (TMZ)
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