Drake's $185 Million Private Plane Has Peak 'Drake' Message On The Bottom
The rapper, who is known for being ever-so-slightly extra, was gifted the $185 million plane by Canadian airline Cargojet, who believed the publicity will mean the plane will pay for itself.
And while we prove them right, look at the message that's been printed on the bottom:
Barbados based photographer, Justin Catwell, caught the Boeing 767, named 'Air Drake' arriving on and leaving the island, posting the photos on his Instagram page.
Drake first debuted his new toy last year, sharing a video of it on Instagram:
And while it is relatively 'normal' for big stars to get about on private planes, it is a level up to actually have your own massive Boeing 767 cargo plane.
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In the video, you can see the plane has been emblazoned with 'Air Drake' livery, as well as a big f*** off owl - which is the symbol for his record label OVO (October's Very Own).
The inside of the plane looks predictably fancy too, with golden sofas and walls.
The video shows the Grammy Award winner strolling around the aircraft - at one point, he takes the opportunity to make it totally clear that the plane is all his though, saying: "No rental, no timeshare, no co-owners."
The 32-year-old then points to Cargojet's President and CEO, Ajay Virmani, and says: "That guy made it happen right there, that's the man."
That's because the Canadian company had just announced a partnership with the rapper.
In a statement, Mr Virmani said: "We are very excited to partner with Drake as our ambassador and assisting him with his logistical needs and requirements.
"We have had a lengthy relationship with Drake and this partnership has grown organically between both parties. Cargojet and Drake are both great Canadian successes, we are thrilled to be partnering together."
He said: "Supporting home grown businesses has always been a top priority of mine, so when an opportunity came up to get involved with a great Canadian company I was honoured to do so."
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Justin Catwell