DJ Khaled turned 47 on Saturday, and his buddy Drake celebrated by giving him the ultimate gift — luxury toilets.
Drake, 36, gifted his friend multiple high-end cans, and Khaled took to Instagram to show them off.
“Listen this is not no regular toilet bowl,” Khaled explained. “My brother Drake just bought me and my family about four big toilet bowls. This is called a Toto toilet bowl.”
Khaled excitedly said he and his wife, Nicole Tuck, wanted to upgrade their commodes even before receiving the generous gift.
“I’m not even joking Drake, we been wanting this. Me and my queen been talking about getting Totos for the whole house,” he continued.
The rapper went on to list some of the features of the toilet, including a UV-light cleaning system, remote control operation, automatic toilet seat open and close, night light, built-in air deodorizer, heated seats and a bidet function.
Khaled noted that anyone who has been to Drake’s house know the greatness of this luxury toilet bowl.
“If you’ve ever been to Drake’s house, you know it’s worth $500 million,” Khaled said. “It’s not about the money, it’s just about, he went and got the best of the best. He gifted us a few of these Toto toilet bowls,” Khaled said.
Khaled didn’t specify which Toto toilet model he received, but the box shown behind him reads “Neorest,” which ranges in price from $5,598 to $20,172, according to the company website.
The “Wild Thoughts” rapper exclaimed that this was “the most amazing toilet bowl I’ve ever seen in my life.”
“This might be the best gift ever. Everybody knows, when you sit down and do the theory,” he said. “That’s when you meditate and reflect on life! When you sit down and do the theory, that’s when you reflect on life, ideas be coming. Some of my best ideas come from me taking a theory. Real talk! And I got one now that lights up and it sprays theory and it even makes it smell theory. And it’s like a big theory.”
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