Lawyer Claims Watch On Cover Of Drake's 'Take Care' Is Actually His

Added: 11 June 2012 | Read 373 times

A New York lawyer claims the expensive watch Drake wears on the cover of his album Take Care, is actually his.

Noted music industry attorney James McMillan filed a lawsuit against Rafaello & Co over the watch in 2009.

According to the lawsuit, the brand-new, Rose Gold Rolex Presidential costs over $30,000.

McMillan claims he dropped the pricey watch off for cleaning, and when he went to pick it up, an employee told him that this Rolex was sold to Drake.

Drake has denied the claims and said that he actually received the watch on the cover of Take Care directly from Rolex.

Drake told the New York Post that he has “never heard of this jeweler.”


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