Drake has apparently bought a 14k gold-plated PSP that was commissioned in 2008 by Pharrell Williams.
According to the itemizing on the Pharrell Williams-owned on-line public sale home Joopiter, the gold-plated PSP was commissioned in 2008 to go alongside Williams’ current golden Blackberry.
The PSP featured a 14k gold casing “to replace the stock plastic” and bumped the burden of the transportable console up from 280g to 659.7g. “A custom Goyard carrying case was also commissioned for storage and transportation,” and was included within the public sale.
Last 12 months, Williams bought the golden PSP for £15,700 at public sale. An 18K yellow gold Mario pendant that featured white, cognac, yellow, and black diamonds, sapphires and rubies additionally bought for £12,160.
And due to a music video, it appears to be like like we all know who bought the PSP.
Earlier this week, Drake dropped the video for ‘Jumbotron Shit Poppin’. The single was lifted from ‘Her Loss’, his 2022 collaborative album with 21 Savage.
The Tristan C-M-directed video exhibits off the golden PSP on quite a few events whereas the rapper performs in entrance of his Ferrari. The video additionally exhibits Drake greeting Lil Baby and heavyweight boxer “Iron” Mike Tyson. Check it out beneath.
Drake and 21 Savage launched ‘Her Loss’, their first full-length venture collectively, in November of 2022. The album was a business success, topping the Billboard album charts and in addition hitting primary within the UK, Denmark, Iceland, Lithuania, Norway, Switzerland and Drake’s native Canada.
The album rollout was additionally not with out its controversies although. The duo have been sued by Vogue journal, after they printed faux copies of the journal with them on the duvet to advertise the album. They additionally obtained backlash for Drake’s verse within the music ‘Circo Loco’, which was believed to be a slight towards Megan Thee Stallion. She responded on-line, telling the hip-hop neighborhood at massive to “stop using [her] shooting for clout”.
Last 12 months, a gold-plated model of the Nintendo Wii meant for Queen Elizabeth was bought for £24,350.
In different information, Ubisoft has apologised after lately issuing its staff with a “worrying” strategic replace.