Throughout his career, Drake has undeniably stirred up his fair share of both admiration and animosity. The 6 God's tremendous success and occasional rap disses have inevitably garnered him a significant number of enemies. Most recently, hip-hop veteran Fat Joe couldn't help but express his envy towards the Toronto superstar and his impressive array of prized possessions, questioning their origin and how Drake potentially acquired them.
The iconic leader of Terror Squad took to Instagram Live for an unfiltered session, where he candidly addressed the swirling rumors surrounding Drake's extravagant lifestyle.
Speculations arose about whether the platinum-selling artist had actually paid for his luxurious private plane or if it was, in fact, gifted to him by a close friend. Fat Joe couldn't help but marvel at the sheer magnificence of the aircraft, considering it the epitome of luxury and opulence.
"Let me tell you why I might be jealous of Drake,” Joe said. “I’ve never seen a guy people love more. Because it’s rumors his airplane — which looks like the flyest plane in the world — was actually given to him by a friend. Someone who wants to be down with the man who has a 15-year run of unstoppable hits." “Then, there’s a guy who owns all the crypto sh*t, he buys the 2Pac ring for $1 million and he gives it to Drake,” Joe continued. “Who the f**k is giving people this type of sh*t? Yes, I’m not making this sh*t up.”
But more than that, he seemed astonished by the boundless love and adoration the public showered upon the Canadian sensation, leaving him with an undeniable sense of admiration mixed with a tinge of jealousy.
As the conversation progressed, Fat Joe couldn't resist delving into another intriguing topic, Drake's acquisition of a jaw-dropping $1 million crown ring once owned by the legendary rapper 2Pac. Joe seemed genuinely perplexed, wondering aloud who could possibly bestow such a priceless gift upon the music mogul. “Then, there’s a guy who owns all the crypto sh*t, he buys the 2Pac ring for $1 million and he gives it to Drake,” Joe continued. “Who the f**k is giving people this type of sh*t? Yes, I’m not making this sh*t up.”
Drake's ability to surround himself with influential and generous individuals who wanted to align themselves with his phenomenal track record of chart-topping hits left Fat Joe both impressed and, dare we say, a tad envious.
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