Drake has unveiled the Raptors' 2018-19 championship ring. And it was nothing short of insane.
The reigning NBA champs were presented with the rings Tuesday night, prior to their season-opener against the New Orleans Pelicans at the Scotiabank Arena. The Associated Press reports the pieces—described as the"biggest championship rings in NBA history"—included 650 diamonds and 16 rubies that represented "the number of playoff victories required to win the title." The rings also featured a depiction of the Toronto Skyline, the Scotiabank Arena, and the team's Chevron logo.
Check out the design below.
But Drake wasn't going to be outdone. The Raptors ambassador also showed off his own custom ring created by Jason of Beverly Hills. A representative for the jeweler told Complex that the piece—designed by Drizzy—has over 30 carats of diamonds—more than any design in NBA championship ring history.
So, how much was Drake's custom bling? According to Jason of Beverly Hills founder Jason Arasheben, the ring is at valued at over $150,000.
"This was a championship that was dear to his heart," Arasheben said. "[Drake] wanted to create an over the top ring that not only paid homage to his city but that made a statement above and beyond anything else in history."
Get a closer look at the rings below.