Kim Kardashian first had basin-less sinks and now Drake has a toilet that won’t close unless you fire up a tablet – you can’t make this up.
The Gods Plan hitmaker invited fellow rapper YK Osiris over to hang out at his mammoth $100million (£75m) mansion in Toronto, Canada.
Like many would, the lucky guest whipped out his phone to capture the magic of Drake’s custom-built estate, completely in awe with the gold and marble-filled rooms.
However, it seems he was most impressed by the loo, or bathroom as our American and Canadian friends prefer to call it. That’s because it is not just any toilet, but a futuristic one truly befitting the opulence of Casa Drizzy.
In footage which YK Osiris shared on Instagram during the impromptu tour, he’s seen giving himself a tutorial of the toilet and reacting in shock as the lid pulls a Transformer-esque move and unfolds itself while sliding back – all at the press of a button on the nearby touchpad.
‘What the f**k is this? This n***a Drake… This is crazy,’ he says. In one hilarious moment, he makes repeated attempts to close the lid but keeps flushing the toilet instead. As the clip cuts out, the rapper appears to notice the touchpad has bluetooth.
Well, at least if Drake doesn’t put the toilet seat down he can blame it on a technical issue with the touchpad.
It’s not known if this is the same toilet that Drake previously revealed plays Tupac’s music.
Elsewhere during the tour, YK Osiris is seen walking through a large room filled entirely with Drake’s most treasured awards, some of which are presented in glass cases.
‘God this is what you call f*****g greatness,’ YK Osiris said, adding: ‘This is what I look up to.’
Drake, 35, purchased the property in his hometown of Toronto in 2019 and it’s valued at $100m due to extensive renovations courtesy of designer Ferris Rafauli. According to CTV News, the 50,000-square foot property is surrounded by tall trees for security measures.
The Grammy-winning rapper reportedly spent $1m (£800k) on the 20-foot trees alone so that the fencing ‘fits in with the neighbourhood’ which, needless to say, is pretty desirable.
Drake invited Rap Radar into his abode last year and said: ‘We’re at my house, which feels good to say. It’s been two years in the making and I moved in two weeks ago, so I’m still getting settled. Getting adjusted but it’s great…
‘I live here pretty much by myself. It’s just bringing me a lot of balance, a lot of peace. A lot of time to reflect.’
Credit: Original article published here.