Now Drake can “pass go” and collect an extra check by playing his own custom game of Monopoly, gifted to him by the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto.
The game, decked out in black and gold, reportedly includes more than 100 references dedicated to the 6 God, his crew, OVO, and his career. The money feature the faces of Drake and his two best men, Noah 40 Shebib and Oliver El-Khatib.
Other cards include photos of Drake’s father, Dennis Graham, and his former bodyguard Baka Not Nice. Chance cards reference his discography, and property cards honor important spots to the Canadian rapper, like Sotto Sotto, one of Drake’s favorite restaurants in Toronto, or Kennedy Station, where he recorded some of his early tracks.
The game also includes playing pieces special to Aubrey, like Jimmy’s wheelchair from Degrassi, an image of Sade, a Bugatti, OVO’s owl logo, a Nike shoe, and a bottle of Drakkar Noir.
Unfortunately fans will never get the chance to purchase the OVO store, collect Nike checks, or land on “Pop Style,” because this game is made exclusively for Drake himself.
This gift comes from Drake’s hometown venue, where he’s still got one out of three performances left on the Canadian leg of his Aubrey & the Three Migos tour. At his show on Tuesday, he brought out Travis Scott to perform “Sicko Mode” off Scott’s new album Astroworld, and Sheck Wes, who also appeared on Travis’ album, and who Drake credits as inspiration for his new album Scorpion.