Drake Shows Off His $1M Outfit On "How Much Is My Outfit Worth?"

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Drake attends 'The Carter Effect' premiere during the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival at Princess of Wales Theatre on September 9, 2017 in Toronto, Canada.
Drake, 40 & the rest of OVO show off their fits.

Drake's in Europe right now on the "Assassination Vacation" tour with Tory Lanez which is expected to conclude later this month. The rapper is currently in London where he's in the middle of a seven-night residency at The O2 which actually changed their sign to the O3 in honor of Drizzy's Grammy-award winning single, "God's Plan." Unknown Vlogs' recently nabbed Drake and the rest of the OVO team backstage for the latest episode of "How Much Is Your Outfit? and needless to say, there's a lot of OVO gear involved.

The OVO team showed off their outfits backstage at the "Assassination Vacation" stop in London. Drake stood on the sidelines and allowed the rest of his team to show off what they're rocking. Many of them were donning OVO gear but Drizzy himself showed off his outfit which was worth nearly $1M.

Drake's jacket and shoes together were $26K and his Tom Ford turtleneck and trousers put him up to $29K. The rapper's accessories are really what brought him to nearly a mill. His diamond chain is worth $200K and his Richard Mille rm69 is $750K. Altogether his outfit cost $979K.

"Might be the first million-dollar outfit on Coast's channel," he said. "For everybody watching, keep supporting and all that. New stuff on the way."

Peep the clip below.

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