Coronavirus lockdown: Drake shows off his over GHC38m mansion amid pandemic (video)

Coronavirus lockdown: Drake shows off his over GHC38m mansion amid pandemic (video)

- Drake had people feeling extra sorry about quarantine after they saw the lamp of luxury he gets to be lockdown in

- He showed off his $6,7 million (GHC38,659,000.00) crib in his music video for his track Toosie Slide and in a few posts on social media

- Fans could not believe the size of his home and all the bells and whistles that he has in it

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Drake made a lot of people feel some type of way about quarantine – when you have your own basketball court in your crib, you shouldn’t be crying over being quarantined.

The coronavirus pandemic has millions of people all over the globe lacked up in their homes, including celebs.

YEN.com.gh saw how Drake showed his fans how his quarantine life is going in his $6,7 million (GHC38,659,000.00) mansion – it’s better than most of our lives out of quarantine.

The Canadian rapper took to social media to show fans how the rich and famous live. If we all had homes like Drake, quarantine would be wonderful.

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Drake showed off his lit crib in his music video for his track Toosie Slide. The music video shows Drake jamming all around his home.

His mansion is situated in his home town of Toronto, Canada, and is something you only see in movie or build in Sims, with cheats.

Drake built his $6,7 million (GHC38,659,000.00) home from ground up, back in 2016. It has a jaw-dropping all-white marble kitchen, a basketball court, indoor pool and so much more.

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Fans took to social media to drool over Drake’s crib. The place is practically its own little town! There is nothing the man does not have.

There is not a single person who would moan about being quarantined in there!

In other stories, Lilian Akorfa, 65, a grandmother has recounted her difficult life experiences after she received food item and a key to her rented house to ameliorate her living standard.

For years, the aged woman has been living in a deplorable condition struggling daily to fend for herself.

As part of a Charity Series project by Crime Check Foundation, Lilian Akorfa received a key to her new rented house to have a much better dignified living space.

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