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Drake gives us a live tour in his closet, where dwell grails after grails.

As Champagne Papi remains self quarantining after he hung out with Kevin Durant, who was tested and confirmed positive to COVID-19, Drake took some time for himself and invited us on a private tour in his closet.

His expensive collection include one of the showstopper of 2020, none other than the Air Dior, rumored to drop in mid April until the date was postponed.

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Today in Drake's self-quarantine adventures … Drizzy takes us on a walk through his unbelievable shoe collection!!! And, yeah … sneakerheads will be drooling by the end of this post. Of course, Aubrey has plenty of time to kill in his Toronto mansion after he hung out with Kevin Durant in L.A. 2 weeks ago … with the Brooklyn Nets superstar later tested positive for coronavirus. Drake showed off his kicks on IG Monday (probably out of complete boredom) … and the collection has everything from the $2,000 super rare Air Diors (reportedly only 8,500 pairs made) to an entire section of Kobe Bryant's signature shoes. On top of that, Drake shows off his Off-White Jordan 5s … Supreme Air Force 1s and the Jordan 5 Tokyo T23, which currently go for the $3,000 to $4,000 range.

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In his Instagram Stories, he also revealed his extensive sneaker collection, the Supreme®/Nike® Air Force 1 Low from Week 2, a pair of Off-White Jordan 5s, and Jordan 5 Tokyo T23s, sold for $3,600 on StockX. He also has shelves dedicated to Kobe Bryant’s signature shoes.

In other highlights, the Canadian rapper showed half-a-million dollars diamond-covered Patek Philippe Nautilus watch, along with an iPhone 11 in a limited custom Nike alligator case. His lavish collection also includes a yellow Birkin bag and Chrome Hearts bag and denim, along with a Louis Vuitton shearling jacket by Virgil Abloh.

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Floyd Mayweather to Pay for George Floyd’s Funeral Service

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Former five-division world champion boxer Floyd Mayweather has offered to cover the costs of the late George Floyd‘s funerals, the American man who died of asphyxiation after been kneelled on by police officer for seven minutes custody in Minneapolis last week.

The money Team has took it to twitter to  confirm that the former champ would be covering all funeral costs.

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Mayweather has reportedly committed to pay for three funeral services in Houston,  Minnesota and Charlotte, and a potential fourth to an undisclosed location.

Several media outlet have reported that Floyd’s family has accepted the boxer’s offer, and TMZ Sports has published an image of the $88,500 cheque written out to the Fort Bend Memorial funeral home.

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Elon Musk Propels Tristan Eaton’s Indestructible Artworks into Space With SpaceX’s Crew Dragon

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Tristan Eaton‘s indestructible Human Kind series was successfully sent to space with the Crew Dragon SpaceX shuttle over the weekend.

The Los Angeles based painter has officially joined the elite group that have had their pieces sent to outer space, alongside Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg and Trevor Paglen.

The largely acclaimed visual artist has created a collection of two-sided plates of gold, brass and aluminum, with each artwork designed for one of the five astronauts arriving in the International Space Station.

As noted in an Instagram post, Eaton shared that the double-sided aspect is meant to “represent the duality of Human Kind, our past and our future.

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My art is going to Space today! Thank you @spacex @nasa @atrbute ——————————————- ‘Human Kind’ by Tristan Eaton As an artist I try to look at the world with a big picture view. No one gets a bigger view of our world than our brave astronauts on the ISS. When SpaceX asked me to create art to join these astronauts in space, I wanted to make something inspirational. Looking down from space to see all of Human Kind together on this tiny planet might remind you how much history and potential we have. Yet we have so much further to go. With this in mind, I created a series of indestructible, 2 sided paintings made from gold, brass and aluminum to represent the duality of Human Kind, our past and our future. With kindness, hope and science, Human Kind has changed the world many times over. For a better future, we can do it again. Good luck Doug & Bob!!! Stay tuned to hear about what happens with the Art when it returns to Earth in 3 months!!! #launchamerica

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The plates also feature imagery alluding to nature, harmony and togetherness, including a half-peace sign, a stretched-out hand, a chimp and its offspring, a tree and several flowers.

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It also includes protective sleeves with a front pocket that features the artist’s statement and a short acknowledgment to the astronauts.

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Drake Gives $100K to National Bail Out Fund

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Drake has become the latest public figure, alongside former song writer Abel Makkonen Tesfaye better by his stage name The Weeknd, to make a sizable donation to aid arrested protesters across America.

His one hundred thousand US Dollar to the National Bail Out fund came as  a protests against systemic racism and police brutality continued across the country and spread across the world.

Champagne Papi donation came after he was encouraged to do so by Mustafa the Poet, who tagged his Toronto friends to match his $400 donation and add three zeros.


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The National Bail Out fund is an organization built on reuniting families, creating a national community of leaders who have experienced incarceration, and working with groups across the country to transform harmful systems to keep people safe and free.”

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