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Drake Wants You To Live In His Mansion

Mary Kiser | PopWrapped Author

Mary Kiser

Staff Writer
02/04/2017 5:22 pm
PopWrapped | Celebrities
Drake Wants You To Live In His Mansion | Drake
Media Courtesy of Rap-Up

Only a month into 2017, and Drake has sold out. He began his Boy Meets World tour; he dated Jennifer Lopez; he (almost) sold his mansion. For a measly $19,999,900, you could live in his estate. You only live once, right?

At 12,500 square-feet, the home boasts of features aplenty. "Outdoors, the estate centers on an over-the-top swimming pool with a swim-in grotto, cascading waterfalls and an 80-foot-long rock waterslide," the Los Angeles Times reports. 

On the inside, Drake's crib mimics an adult amusement park. He has ten bathrooms, six bedrooms, wine cellar, and home theater. His palace is literally fit for a king, so why would Drake sell it?

In 2012, Drake paid under $8,000,000 for it. For five years, he lived inside the luxurious residence. Maybe he wants to move in with J-Lo?

According to People, the couple are enjoying each other's company. "They seem to really like and respect each other, but it's early ... Friends of them both are hoping it becomes something, but it's too early to say more than that," an insider told the magazine. Check out a video of them kissing below.

Fans shouldn't despair, though. Last year, the rapper went to the singer's Las Vegas concert. The pair even took a few selfies to prove it. Even if their romance doesn't last, their collaborations will.

"They're making beautiful music together. They are spending a lot of time together and really enjoying each other, but right now it's about the music," the source confirmed.

For Drake and Jennifer Lopez, 2017 might be their best year yet. With new love here -- and new lyrics en route -- the artists dominate. However, one barrier stands in their way: Drake's Yolo Estate.

Since he's on tour (with Young Thug), his living situation isn't too worrisome. But even if nobody buys his mansion, Drake's options aren't limited. After all, "Jenny from the Block" is just around the corner.


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