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Drake receives custom Monopoly game from the arena in his Toronto hometown


After selling out two concerts this week in his hometown, Drake received a special present from Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena: a customized Monopoly game dedicated to his career.

Republic RecordsThe black-and-gold board comes with  gold dice, and features Drake’s face, as well as that of his father, Dennis Graham, and also his bodyguard, Baka Not Nice. The game references many of Drizzy’s favorite spots in the city, including the Sotto Sotto restaurant and the Kennedy subway station, according to Billboard.

As previously reported, during his Tuesday concert, Drake praised his hometown for passing on important lessons to him.

“Always knew we had something special, but I promise you that it never would have lasted this long if it wasn’t for this city and your support and your love for all these years,” Drake told the sold-out crowd. “I’m forever grateful. Everywhere I go I carry the values of this city with me.”

The Aubrey and The Three Migos tour moves to New York City for seven shows beginning tonight.

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