Drake shows off his R112m Toronto mansion in his latest music video!

Drake (PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images)
Drake (PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images)

Social distancing has lead many celebrities to share more about their personal lives with fans.

One such celeb is Canadian rapper Drake. On Tuesday, the God’s Plan hitmaker surprised fans when he posted photos on Instagram of his son Adonis. Now he’s got people talking once again – this time about his massive home.

Read more: Drake shares first adorable pictures of his son Adonis!

The 33-year-old recently released new track Toosie Slide, and in the music video Drake moves around his mansion while dancing to the song. The home is in Toronto, Canada, the rapper’s hometown.

Inside the $6,7 million (R126 million) mansion that Drake purchased in 2016 is an all-white marble kitchen, a hallway with pictures of rappers such as Snoop Dogg, and an indoor pool. The home has a black-and-white theme throughout. Drake built his mansion from the ground up and has even included a basketball court, according to iHeartRadio.

Fans have been gushing over his mansion and have anticipated a new dance challenge inspired by the song.

The video ends with Drake rapping outside his house with fireworks in the background. Watch the full music video, and mansion tour, below:

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