Champagne Papi – popularly known as Drake – isn’t new to investing a $100 Million in real state. In 2020, Drizzy had purchased a massive 4,650 sq. ft. luxurious estate pegged at a hundred milli.
Now, the ‘Certified Lover Boy’ has chosen to drop another $100 Million to resurrect an art museum park in Hamburg, Germany. Titled ‘Luna Luna’, the park – reportedly curated with works by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Kenny Scharf, Robert Delaunay, Roy Lichtenstein, Salvator Dalí and more – was established by the Viennese artist André Heller in 1987.
“When I first heard about Luna Luna I was blown away,” Drake said about the iconic estate. “It’s such a unique and special way to experience art. This is a big idea and opportunity that centers around what we love most: bringing people together.” Drake’s DreamCrew Company – which the Hip-Hop superstar co-founded with Adel “Future the Prince” in 2017 – is reportedly behind the massive investment.
This story was originally published by The New York Times. Read the full report by Joe Coscarelli here.
Check out Luna Luna’s pictures from 1987 below if you haven’t yet.