OVO SOUND HAS NEW JEWELLERY TO ADD TO THEIR COLLECTION
During the 2019 NBA Championship series, Drake was rooting very hard for his hometown team. He claimed himself to be an unofficial team member of the team, and continues to proclaim himself as that even today.
After waiting tirelessly for their rings, the Raptors finally received them at the 2019-2020 season opener. Drake could not wait to get his ring and show off his team’s rings on social media when they got them. He modeled three rings in gold that included several diamonds.
The rings are described as the “biggest championship rings in NBA history”, including 650 diamonds and 16 rubies that represent “the number of playoff victories required to win the title.” This ring also holds the Toronto Skyline of where they play, the Scotiabank Arena, and the team’s Chevron logo.
Drake’s ring is valued at over $150,000. “This was a championship that was dear to his heart,” Arasheben said. “He 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.”
A Representative from the company that made the jewelry proclaimed that it had over 30 carats of diamonds, meaning it has more than any design in NBA championship ring history.