Drake Helps Save Classic Art Museum – HotNewHipHop

Drake puts his money where the art is. The famous rapper has been revealed to be the surprise investor responsible for reviving a classical art museum. Drake’s arts and entertainment company, DreamCrew, acquired all the remnants of Luna Luna, an “artistic amusement park.” The company’s “global investment” in the art carnival is said to be $100 million.

Drake and Adel “Future the Prince” Nur founded DreamCrew in 2017. The new deal makes their company the majority owner of the eclectic art exhibit. Due to the purchase, André Heller’s Art Carnival Experience was originally held in Germany in 1987. After DreamCrew’s purchase, the art exhibit will tour the world.

TORONTO, ON – SEPTEMBER 09: Drake attends ‘The Carter Effect’ premiere during the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival at Princess of Wales Theater on September 9, 2017 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images)
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Drake himself posted a note following the big investment. “It’s such a unique and special way to experience art. It’s a great idea and an opportunity that revolves around what we love the most: bringing people together. Drake’s new investment follows more good news for the rap star.

His joint album with 21 Savage, His loss recently debuted at number one on the charts this weekend. It became the third highest total of any album in 2022. As for the album’s chart-topping singles, they currently hold the No. 2 through No. 9 spots on the Billboard Hot 100.

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Despite the album’s success, it did not come without controversy. Drake was accused of shooting Megan Thee Stallion, Serena Williams and Kanye West during his loss. Megan took to Twitter to respond to the alleged diss. “I know I’m very popular but y’all need to stop attaching weak conspiracy theories in bars to my name lol.”

Drake has yet to respond to the diss allegations. However, he has responded to Vogue’s recent lawsuit against him and 21 Savage for using their image for promotional purposes. The Canadian star has removed the fake album cover from her Instagram page.

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