Earlier this year we received a look inside Drake's $100 million Toronto mansion courtesy of his “Toosie Slide” video. As was evident in a subsequent Architectural Digest profile, the 34-year-old rapper is incredibly proud of the 50,000-square foot home, so much so that he even has a LEGO replica.
Drake showcased the build on his Instagram Story this week, revealing an insanely detailed toy version of “The Embassy” — yes, that's what he calls his house. The LEGO replica highlights a bird's-eye view of the mansion, complete with an extravagant entryway to the property, a pair of guest houses, and two cars parked out front. We also get a glimpse of the pool behind the home, one that is complemented by a fire pit, outdoor sofas, and tanning beds.
After getting a look at the intricate LEGO replica, we have a couple questions. First, did Drake put this together? And second, how long did it take to build? It's probably safe to assume that someone — possibly Drake — reached peak pandemic boredom.
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