The Toronto Raptor's just gifted Drake a custom Raptors/OVO jacket worth an estimated $769,000. The move comes after the rapper weaponized the "Drake curse" against the Philadelphia 76ers by wearing a pair of Sixers shorts for game seven of the Eastern Conference playoff semifinals, allowing the Toronto Raptors to overcome their opponents 92-90.

The one-of-a-kind jacket features a City Edition Raptors jersey inside, which was designed with the help of Drake himself. The jersey fabric was sourced from a French mill and is one of the first instances of jersey material from way back in 1927.

Lab-grown, carbon-neutral diamonds in the form of the OVO owl and the Raptors' basketball logo embellish the jacket on the right breast and lining. Take a look at the custom piece in the tweets below.

As for the curse, Drake has been bullish throughout the playoffs, telling the press after the Raptors saw off Orlando Magic 4-1 in round one, "You want me to talk about the curse or you guys good?"

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