Drake has dropped some secrets involving people waiting in line to use the bathroom as part of his quest to share his truths this year.
On Wednesday (January 18), the 6 God took to his Instagram Story to let fans know that he’ll start sharing his truths in the New Year, and his first order of business is the use of public and private bathrooms.
According to Drizzy, most places, such as restaurants and lounges, have private, immaculately clean bathrooms that ordinary folk cannot use.
“Gonna start using 2023 to tell you my truths,” Drake wrote in his Story. “I have seen more staff and private bathrooms than anybody ever…whenever you are waiting in line to use the bathroom just know there’s an amazing clean private room that they refuse to show you.”
Drake spills bathroom secret after vowing to “tell my truths” 👀https://t.co/zeDDbfTfht pic.twitter.com/3jJvKb5uVg
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) January 19, 2023
Drake’s advice was reposted on Akademiks’ Instagram page, and while some fans wasted no time explaining they couldn’t relate to Drake’s rich flex, others had no idea what the Toronto rap star was talking about.
Flexing his wealth and access to the finer things is nothing new for Drake. Earlier this week, the OVO hitmaker unleashed the music video for “Jumbotron Shit Poppin” which features him showing off more than $3.3 million worth of Pharrell’s jewelry.
In the visual, the Toronto native is seen wearing multiple pieces from Pharrell’s jewelry collection, including a 14K three-tone N.E.R.D pendant chain worth $2,184,000, a white gold brain pendant chain ($725,000) and a skateboard pendant chain ($103,750).
He also flexes a yellow gold version of the Brain Pendant Chain ($150,000) and a BBC Pendant Chain ($150,000), as well as a gold-plated PSP (PlayStation Portable). Drake was previously spotted wearing Pharrell’s $103,750 Jacob & Co. double skateboard pendant chain on vacation in St. Barts earlier this month.
The Neptunes hitmaker hosted a digital auction through his new platform Joopiter last October, where he sold off a number of coveted personal items, including jewelry and apparel. The 47-lot auction raised a total of $5.25 million in sales.
It’s unclear how Drizzy got his hands on the rare pieces. Many believed he took part in Pharrell’s auction and purchased all the pieces he wore in the music video, however, this hasn’t been confirmed.[via]