Canadian rapper Drake has showed off a private basketball court in his new mansion
After showing off his private plane, the 6 God is giving fans a sneak peek at his latest extravagance
After years in construction, the near-NBA regulation-sized court is finally finished and features the OVO logos and a digital scoreboard housed under a glass ceiling inside his 35,000-square-foot Toronto mansion.
Drake shared footage of himself sinking a shot from a room above the massive hardwood court. “Basketball, dinner, @euphoria on a Sunday,” he captioned it.
The Raptors global ambassador has been constructing his mansion in Toronto’s Bridle Path neighborhood. In 2015, he purchased the property for $6.7 million and tore down the existing home to build his own, which he nicknamed “The Embassy.”
Canadian designer Ferris Rafauli is behind the three-story mansion, which boasts a 941-square-foot master bedroom, elevator, 10-car garage, screening room, and four guest rooms.
Additionally, there is a jersey museum for Drake’s basketball memorabilia and an awards room to house all of his trophies.