Sicko Mode: Drake Shows Off His New Private Jet
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The rapper Drake has taken to Instagram to show off his newly acquired Boeing 767, the Air Drake. The jet is said to have two onboard bedrooms and have cost between $75 and $100 million, according to The Blast. His part in fellow rapper Travis Scott’s song “Sicko Mode” now makes a bit more sense.
As you can see in the clip, Drake wants everyone to know the plane is his, stating clearly in the video “No rental, no timeshare, no co-owners.”
The plane was built for the rapper by Canadian company CargoJet under a partnership agreement, the details of which haven’t been made public. One would expect in what is often the over-the-top world of chart-topping musicians that the plane would be anything but boring. But, the plane’s livery is totally uninspired — not to mention the cabin interior looks like it was lifted from the color palette of a Golden Girls rerun. Where is the bling? Where is the lavishness? Maybe next time hit up the people who are designing the new Four Seasons private jet for some inspiration.
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