Drake has evidently had a great year, releasing his anticipated Certified Lover Boy album alongside a handful of NOCTA collaborations with Nike, and according to the rapper himself, it's been a year of "easy money."
Sporting a Richard Mille watch priced at a humble $2.2 million, Champagne Papi took to Instagram to flex the timepiece on his stories. The watch is a RM 056 Tourbillon Sapphire, which is already an incredibly exclusive piece, with only 10 available worldwide. If you were thinking about copping one, they've all been sold already. Sorry.
The intricate movement within the timepiece has been crafted from pure sapphire, as well as a baseplate, bridges, and third wheel also made from the same material. The watch features Richard Mille's innovative craftsmanship and exclusive materials, and is a collector's item. If you're interested in learning more, the full breakdown is available on the website.
Humble as ever, Drake actually told us about another watch on his track "You Only Live Twice" with Lil Wayne and Rick Ross, reminding us how much he paid for that one by hitting us with, "two point two for the Rafael Nadal." If you've paid that much for a watch, it is only right you talk about it as much as possible.
But Drake's affinity for the not-so-subtle flex doesn't end there. The other day he was spotted leaving The Nice Guy (I mean, of course, that's where he was) in a big black fur coat. Seems appropriate for an October evening in Los Angeles, where temperatures are as low as 20 degrees Celcius (about 65 degrees Fahrenheit).
We know Drake loves a lavish lifestyle since he previously purchased a "Grand Vividus" bed from Swedish label Hästens for $395,000, his extensive car line-up that includes both sportscars and vintage collector's pieces, iced-out chain collection, and of course, plenty of other expensive timepieces. "See the watch collection and assume I got time," he said.
Clearly, he's living his best life, becoming more extra one day at a time. For us, the year of "easy money" means we definitely will see more of Drake's flexes – whether we want to or not.