Drake just spent the cost of a home in a normal neighbor hood in Santa Monica, $1.9 million approximately, to have a pair of his OVO x Air Jordan 10 sneakers covered in 24-karat gold!?!
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CelebNFashion247.com just learned that Drake has reportedly commissioned a copy of his OVO x Air Jordan 10 sneakers in 24-karat gold.
In 2015 Drake debuted his own collection of OVO x Air Jordans with Nike, and now his love of the footwear has gone even further as he shared a snap of a pair from his upcoming line on Instagram.
He tagged conceptual artist and designer Matthew Senna (MSenna) in the snap, who confirmed he had created the golden sneakers and also shared photos of them on his Instagram. In one of the captions Matthew revealed the gold shoes weigh 100 pounds. If they are real gold, at the current rate would reportedly be worth around $1.9 million
Alongside a photo of a shiny gold shoe, Drake wrote the caption:
“@msenna @jumpman23 #SolidGold #24K#TheseAreNotToWear (sic)”
The artist also revealed the box the OVO Air Jordans were packaged in, posting a picture of a big wooden box with the letters OVO stamped in white paint on top, along with his signature scrawled on it.
Drake, 29, was named as one of GQ’s 2016 Most Stylish Men In The World earlier this year, alongside the likes of Ryan Reynolds and Idris Elba.
Drake previously had this to say about how much it means to him when fans wear his creations to Complex:
“I love when people do get their hands on a Canada goose. I love when people do have an OVO jacket, how proud they wear it. Or when they see us all in the owl sweaters how evil it looks. I just live for those moments.”
If you had money like Drake would you waste it on gold OVO x Air Jordans with Nike?
We hope he stays on top, pays back his label and makes some good investments so he’s NOT ass out if his career makes a left turn. At least he can sell the OVO x Air Jordans with Nike shoes and have some coins. Let’s put like this in 10 years Drake can auction this off and make a load of money.
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