Drake sold one of his California homes to the Super Bowl champion.
Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford bought the Hidden Hills homes for $11 million, according to the Wall Street Journal. The NFL star bought the house for much more than the $7.4 million price.
Drake had originally purchased the homes for $7.35 million. Thus, he made a very profitable deal. He’s also trying to sell his wasteful YOLO property, also in Hidden Hills. The YOLO property has yet to be sold at an asking price of $14.8 million.
Stafford’s new homes were originally purchased by Drake in 2015 and 2018. One of these homes is 3,600 square feet with five bedrooms and includes an 800 square foot guest house. The other is 2,400 square feet with three bedrooms.
The rapper put his Hidden Hills properties up for sale after purchasing a luxury home in the Los Angeles area. He recently purchased a mansion on Beverly Crest from Robbie Williams.
The rapper, who topped the charts on Billboard, spent $75 million on more than 20 acres of land. The mansion has 10 bedrooms, 22 bathrooms and an 11-car garage. There is also a wine cellar, games room and tennis court.
Drake And Lebron James Surprise High School Athlete And Mother With $100,000
He is a young athlete and he’s making dreams come true for his mother.
As part of his new partnership with online betting platform Stake 6 God and LeBron James hosted a dinner at Harbour 60, one of his favorite restaurants in Toronto, with Lobos 1707 tequila, where he shot the music video “Headlines.”
A local high school basketball star named Michael Evbagharu, who plays at the Royal Crown Academic School, invited the basketball star and his mother to a special event where he gave them the surprise of his life.
“Her mother is one of the hardest working women, period,” Drizzy said. “He’s grinding, he’s working a lot of jobs in the hope that his son is doing amazing things, which we pray for,” he said.