Did Drake Just Drop $400,000 On A Phone Case?

Talk about redefining the phrase "Hotline Bling."

Drake has reportedly commissioned an iPhone case that costs a whopping $400K! (Yeah, as in four hundred thousand dollars!)

According to Hypebeast, The "God's Plan" rapper recently put in an order at Jason of Beverly Hills for the 18k white-gold case, which will house over 80 carats in flawless white, and blue diamonds. The case will additionally feature a white-gold OVO owl logo with two large flawless diamonds for eyes. "As soon as the new iPhone came out Drake reached out to me wanting to create something epic to add to his collection of jewels," the CEO of Jason of Beverly Hills, Jason Arasheben told Hypebeast.

The jeweler additionally shared a video of the over-the-top case to Instagram, which he captioned: "Because we canโ€™t do basic! Diamond iPhone case cover for our friend @champagnepapi ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ."

 

News of Drake's $400,000 OVO case comes amid the 10th anniversary of his life-altering mixtape So Far Gone.

Earlier this week, Drake wrote a heartfelt thank you to all those who helped, influenced, or were just present in his life for the project that went on to define a generation of hip-hop. In a lengthy Instagram post, the 32-year-old rapper individually shouted out Lebron James, Lil Wayne, Trey Songz, Future the Prince, Boi-1da, Ben Baller, and more before announcing that the career-launching mixtape will be available on streaming services for "the first time ever" later this week. "I will never forget anybody involved in this journey even if you donโ€™t fit in this caption," he wrote. "So Far Gone streaming everywhere for the first time ever Thursday [February 14]."

Also included in his celebratory post was a thank you (I'd also like to call it an olive branch) to his on-again-off-again friend/collaborator Kanye West. "@kanyewest a decade ago I rapped over your beat cause you just made the best sh*t and even though you stay wildin on twitter these days I will never forget what you contributed to the game and my career," Drake wrote referencing Ye's many many Twitter rants about his issues with him.

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