Drake’s Degrassi-era notebook is on sale for a cool $54,000.
The Canadian actor-rapper’s beaten-up purple spiral notebook contains about 12 pages of lyrics, including what appears to be his homage to Biggie Smalls’ Ten Crack Commandments, titled 10 Mack Commandments.
It is being sold through online auction house Moments In Time, according to TMZ on Monday.
Gary Zimet, owner of Moments In Time, told the website that a member of the cleanup crew at Drake’s grandfather’s furniture factory in Toronto discovered the notebook about 10 years ago.
It also features signatures of Drake’s real name, Aubrey Graham, as well as personal notes, phone numbers and scribbles.
It’s unclear when each entry was written, but the copyright in the front of the book is dated 2002, which is a year after Drake, 31, began his eight-year role on Degrassi.
The young Canadian first became known for playing Jimmy Brooks on the television series Degrassi: The Next Generation.
The sale is currently underway, according to TMZ.
Meanwhile, earlier this month the generous star gave away his near $1 million budget for his God’s Plan music video to individuals and organisations across Miami.
A women’s shelter, firefighters, students and shoppers in a supermarket are among those who received cash ‘rom the star who revealed his plan in the opening titles of the six-minute video he released on February 16.
‘The budget for this video was $996,631.90. We gave it all away. Don’t tell the label,’ it reads before showing footage of the singer visiting organizations across Florida.
Drake called the video ‘the most important thing I have ever done in my career’ ahead of its release.