- Drake gave his fans a sneak-peek into his home in a recent Architectural Digest feature where they covered his 10 billion home
- The rapper left many in shock after a revelation that his mattress cost him a whopping GHC 2m million
- The mattress which was made by Hastens company took 600 hours to make and lasts between 50-100 years and is made from horsehair, wool, cotton and flax
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Rapper, Drake, is one of the wealthiest and most successful rappers in the music industry.
With all the wealth he has acquired over time, he enjoys living large and has made sure to enjoy even his sleep.
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The rapper left many in shock after a revelation that his mattress cost him a whopping KSh 42 million.
He has a custom mattress and bed worth almost a half a million dollars and it looks amazing.
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The custom-built bed, named Grand Vividus, was made for the rapper at the crazy price tag.
It was produced by a company called Hastens which is a family-owned Swedish brand.
Drake gave his fans a sneak-peek into his home in a recent Architectural Digest feature where they covered his 10 billion home.
Hastens took 600 hours to make the mattress which lasts between 50-100 years and is made from horse hair, wool, cotton and flax.
The rapper said his bedroom is where he goes to decompress from the world at night and where he opens his eyes to welcome the day adding that the bed lets one float.
According to him, he only loves his mother and his bed.
In another exciting report, Ghana's National Chief Imam, Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu, has celebrated his 101st birthday today, April 23, 2020, with a short surprise party graced by Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.
The vice president shared heartwarming photos from the short birthday surprise at the residence of the Chief Imam and indicated how his gesture was on behalf of both himself and President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
In Dr Bawumia's post, he acknowledged that the Chief Imam had contributed immensely to the peace and unity in the country and still continues to play significant roles in the development of the country.
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