Drake‘s private notes to his mother, Sandi Graham, are apparently just as valuable as his autograph.
According to TMZ, an old note penned by the Toronto lyricist is now up for sale through the memorabilia company Moments in Time, with a price tag of $7,500.
While it’s not exactly clear when the note was written, from its context it can be assumed it was during the very early stages of Drizzy’s career. In fact, the first page of the document features an early bio that the “God’s Plan” lyricist drafted himself.
“Aubrey sings, raps, and acts,” the note begins. “Dad was in a blues band and when allowed, I would watch him play and sometimes get up and sing.”
Drake also listed a few of his idols, which included, Notorious B.I.G., Will Smith, Bow Wow, Usher, Al Green, and JAY-Z.
Elsewhere in the note, the rapper promises to clean his room.
The document was allegedly found in an old rhyme book of Drake’s that was discovered in a dumpster near his grandfather’s old furniture factory in Toronto — one of the first places the 6 God ever worked.
Earlier this year, the book of rhymes was put on sale for $32,500.
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