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Drake gifted DJ Khaled four luxury toilets for his birthday

One of the toilets will be placed in Khaled's studio bathroom and be reserved for Drake's use only

  • Words: Isaac Muk | Photo: The Come Up Show & Meghan Roberts
  • 29 November 2022
Drake gifted DJ Khaled four luxury toilets for his birthday

Drake has bought DJ Khaled a set of four TOTO luxury toilets for the producer and frequent collaborator’s 47th birthday.

Khaled thanked the rapper in on Instagram, where he wrote: “Real talk – my Queen and I been wanting this for our house!!

“I love u brother! U my brother forever!” he continued.

Worth up to $10,000, the TOTO toilets come with an array of features, which Khaled lists in the Instagram video. He said: “Listen. This is not no regular toilet bowl.

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“This is called a TOTO toilet bowl. If you’ve ever been to Drake’s house, his toilet bowls are incredible,” he continued. “This is the most amazing toilet bowl I’ve ever seen in my life.”

The toilet is reportedly operated by remote control, has a UV cleaning system, a “refreshing” air deodoriser, heated seats, a Tornado flush system, and a bidet cleaning function.

He also said that they had installed three of the toilets around his house. One will be placed in his and his partner’s bedroom, one in the guest bathroom and one in the “movie room”.

The fourth will be placed in the studio, which will be exclusively reserved for use by Drake.

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Khaled then went on the espouse the virtues of toilets. He said: “You know when you do the theory? That’s when you meditate and reflect on life.

“Some of my biggest ideas come when I’m taking a theory. Now I got one that lights up and sprays theory and it’s like a big theory. Drake, we love you brother,” he continued.

Earlier this month, it was revealed that the publisher of Vogue Magazine, Condé Nast, had begun legal proceedings against Drake and 21 Savage for allegedly using their trademark without permission when promoting their new album, ‘Her Loss’.

Isaac Muk is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow him on Twitter

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