DRAKE has given a glimpse into the interior of his opulent private jet.
The Canadian-born singer opened up his luxury jet to a guest, who shared his findings on Instagram.
The interior of Drake’s $242million private jet was revealed by a guest, including plenty of luxury featuresCredit: Getty
The jet was given to the star by Cargojet, with design help given by the late Virgil AblohCredit: Getty
Drake, 36, was given the Boeing 767-300F by Cargojet, according to Boss Hunting.
The rapper quickly pimped out the aircraft to his own high specifications, and named it Air Drake.
According to the outlet, designer Virgil Abloh, who died in 2021, helped Drake customize the jet.
The jet reportedly seats 30 people, but has plenty of room beyond traditional seating.
It also boasts multiple bedrooms alongside a private living room and office, decked out with huge TVs and projectors.
The floors are richly carpeted, and hold luxury leather furniture, topped off by ornate gold features and touches of rich wood.
In a video posted by social media personality and podcaster DJ Akademiks, a walkthrough of the jet was filmed as it flew through the skies.
Walking down from one end to another, he started off on a thin corridor, with a private room to one side.
Entering the main space, he revealed a table booth in one corner while plenty of armchairs and couches were dotted around the area, with a floor-to-ceiling mirror at one end.
At one round table, a group of men sat on comfy chairs and socialized, with a piece of artwork set in a gold frame behind them.
Beyond the huge space, a smaller room hosted plush armchairs with cupholders, all facing a massive screen, which the rapper and DJ announced was the “theater room.”
He then revealed separate rooms running off the hallway at the other end of the plane, all encased with shiny wood panels with gold touches.
A guest on the aircraft filmed a walkthrough, showing off a huge central room with plenty of comfortable seating and gold-framed artworkCredit: Instagram/akademiks
Drake also had a ‘theater room’ on board, with movie theater-like leather seats lined up to face a huge screen, while snacks were set up at the back of the roomCredit: Instagram/akademiks
Multiple private rooms ran off the back hallway of the jet, where Drake’s guests stopped for a private rest or lie down away from the main socializing areaCredit: Instagram/akademiks
DREAM COME TRUE
Last year, the Certified Lover Boy star shared a nearly two-minute video of the jet on Instagram.
The rap star stared at the Air Drake name on the side engine and said: “I don’t know. I might get emotional.”
Drake joked around with his pal while the crew checked over the entire plane.
He captioned his post: “Nothing was the same for real,” along with a mind-blown emoji.
The Ryan Wehbe song, Air, played in the background.
According to BitLux Private Jet Charter, the jet is an ongoing gift from the Canadian cargo carrier, Cargojet.
A Cargojet spokesperson confirmed that the carrier service has had a business relationship with Drake.
The service transported his supplies and equipment during his past tours.
Back in 2019, in a press release from Cargojet, Ajay Virmani, President/Chief Executive Officer stated: “We are very excited to partner with Drake as our ambassador and assist him with his logistical needs and requirements.
“We have had a lengthy relationship with Drake and this partnership has grown organically between both parties.
“Cargojet and Drake are both great Canadian successes, we are thrilled to be partnering together.”
The private plane has a huge luxury lounge area, which came with gold walls and was constructed with a plush bedroom.
As far as inside the plane’s cabin, there are multiple wraparound couches, in which the materials consist of a balance between leather and crushed velvet.
The gold interior features a hardwood table surrounded by individual reclining seats.
The walls are filled with mirrors lined with hardwood, which also matches the table in order to complete the theme.
Back in 2019, Drake bought the massive Boeing 767 cargo plane.
The cargo plane was displayed with his OVO owl symbol, along with the moniker Air Drake.
The OVO owl symbol stood for Drake’s company – titled October’s Very Own – and for his record label OVO Sound.
Back in 2021, the Degrassi alum hopped off his private jet after landing safely at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
He showed up with an entourage of his pals and security.
The star kept his look casual with a black tracksuit and white sneakers.
He was spotted for the first time in public at the time since a knife-wielding woman stormed into his Toronto mansion.
The knife-wielder had allegedly “struck a security guard with a pipe.”
Law enforcement confirmed to The Sun that an adult female – who was carrying a large blade with her – was arrested outside of the rapper’s house after attempting to gain entry.
Toronto police department told The Sun: “A female adult that was carrying a knife has been arrested.
“She did not gain any kind of entry into the property and there were no injuries.
“It is not clear what she was doing at the residence but she had no communication whatsoever with the homeowner.”
It is unclear if the music star – who had “no communication” with the intruder – was inside his home at the time.
The interior of the Boeing 767 cargo planeCredit: Refer to Caption
Drake was all about the name written on the jet’s engineCredit: Drake/Instagram
Drake previously used his private jet to fly from Toronto to Los AngelesCredit: Splash