Drake has the best seat in the house.
For those who frequent the home games of the Toronto Raptors, Canada's lone Canadian franchise, one hip-hop celebrity in particular has become a courtside feature when the Dinos take on their basketball challengers at the Air Canada Centre. That man is Drake, the Six God who is living quite possible the best life of any music superstar on the planet right now. Whether it's his Toronto pad or his expansive California home, the rapper knows how to spend his days surrounded by luxury. That ability wasn't more evident than when he joined the local Raptors TV broadcast for some quick comedic asides. Drinks (for him anyways) were included.
Right off the bat, Drake asked Matt Devlin and Leo Rautins, the play-by-play man and color commentator respectively for the Raptors Canadian broadcasts, if they'd ever put the microphone-headphone combos on while sipping some nice wine. Taking in the action with the help of some Pino Grigio, Drake was loose and ready to have a good time during however much of the telecast he'd be allowed to participate in. Both Devlin and Rautins even let him talk viewers through a small portion of the court action, with the Raptors up by almost thirty points. Based on Drizzy's analysis, Canada's basketball hope should be big challengers in the Eastern Conference this year, potentially worrying the Cavaliers and Celtics slightly. You can check out both clips from the TV broadcast below.
In other Drake news, the music mogul showed off his expansive wardrobe for followers on social media, giving us a sneak peek into his closet and solidifying himself as one of the most stylish men in the game. Jackets, shoes, doesn't matter: the man has a keen sense of fashion that, despite being the subject of many an Internet meme over the years, is still one of the most distinctive when it comes to hip-hop celebs. There's no real reason that he continues to flex on everyone either, but it's surprisingly gentle when he does.
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