Here is something pretty funny. A NYC lawyer is claiming the watch on that DrakeTake Care album cover isn’t actually Drake’s.
James McMillan, a well-known music industry lawyer, filed a lawsuit against Rafaello & Co over the watch in 2009. According to the suit, the watch, which is a brand new Rose Gold Rolex Presidential, costs more than $30,000. As the story goes, McMillan claims that he dropped the watch off for a cleaning, and when he returned to pick it up, he was told the watch had been sold to Drake.
Drake has denied this, and says he received the watch directly from Rolex. He also told the New York Post that he’s “never heard of this jeweler.”
A new trailer has surfaced for the “Ice Age: Continental Drift” movie and it gives us a first look at Drake and Nicki Minaj’s characters. The film will is hitting theatres everywhere on July 13th and also features Jennifer Lopez, Queen Latifah and Ester Dean. Go check it out!
Last night YMCMB’s, Drake took to Twitter to state how the first Million is the hardest to earn, and without hesitation, Oil Billionaire, T. Boone Pickens takes to his Twitter and owns Drake by telling him the first Billion is the hardest.
The first billion is a helluva lot harder RT @drake: The first million is the hardest.
Recently, October’s very own Drizzy Drake chopped it up with MTV News and shared advice he received from boxing champ Floyd Mayweather.
In light of haters and/or critics, Drizzy mentioned,
“There will be days when I walk in an arena and people will cheer and then there might be days when I walk in an arena and people might boo, but it all sounds the same to me because it’s all just noise that lets me know that I’m relevant,”
“I don’t get booed,” Drake continued. “I don’t face that. I mean he faces that challenge but my challenge is more with social media and open opinions and people just feeling like they need to talk.”
Last night Drake made his way to D.C. while continuing his Club Paradise tour. According to the fans present at the show, Drake had a few words of his own after Lil Wayne released his Pusha T diss track for “Goulish“.
If you was doin’ 16s when I was 16 and your sh– still flopped and you switched teams don’t talk to me my n—a,
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