Drake may call Toronto the place where he grew up, yet he’s unquestionably making himself comfortable in California.
Since coming back from visit in Europe, the 30-year-old rapper has been smashing in a palatial Beverly Hills spot, obligingness of Airbnb.
The Views craftsman displayed his nice looking burrows on Instagram, expressing gratitude toward the rental application for their friendliness in a Monday post.
‘Much thanks to you for the endowment of this home @airbnb. Extraordinary stay!’ composed the rapper – conceived Aubrey Drake Graham – alongside a photograph of he and a companion hanging out in the home’s sunny kitchen.
Much obliged were absolutely all together for the liberal blessing. The spot – which is richly named the Grande Bellezza – ordinarily leases for a cool $10k a night.
The opulent abode spans over 11,000 square feet and is equipped with a private movie theater, home gym, game room, baby grand piano, six bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms.
If that’s not enough, the property has a 24 hour-a-day butler there to assist you with any and all of your needs.
The home is stylishly decorated in a clean white and grey palate, adorned with tasteful Italian marble and gold fixtures.
A breathtaking pool with stunning view of the city are the cherry on top of the dream rental.
The former Degrassi star’s temporary spot might have something to do with a bizarre break in at his LA residence earlier this month, originally reported on TMZ.
The star’s LA home was burglarized by a lone woman, found on April 3 around 10:30 in the evening by one of Drake’s friends.
Reportedly, the intruder was found in the kitchen, wearing one of the star’s hoodies. The only items missing were a Fiji water and two sodas from the fridge.
The Hotline Bling artist did not file charges.
The multi-talented star is keeping busy after a surprise performance during Future’s set at Coachella April 14.
Drake also just announced that he has the honor of hosting the very first NBA Awards on June 26.
Shaquille O’Neill, Charles Barkley, Ernie Johnson and Kenny Smith of the pro basketball postgame show Inside The NBA will also be part of the award show, according to USA Today.
The show will air live from Basketball City at Pier 36 on Manhattan’s Lower East Side on TNT.