Drake gifted DJ Khaled and his family with four Toto toilets for his birthday.
Khaled's new toilets have heated seats, among other perks, and are worth thousands of dollars.
"This might be the best gift ever, like real talk," said Khaled.
Drake celebrated the 47th birthday of his collaborator and friend DJ Khaled with the gift of high-end hygiene.
Khaled took to Instagram on Saturday to show off his new Toto toilets — a high-end brand of Japanese bidet toilets — gifted by the "Rich Flex" rapper himself.
"Listen this is not no regular toilet bowl," Khaled explained in a video before showcasing the luxury item. "My brother Drake just bought me and my family about four big toilet bowls. This is called a Toto toilet bowl."
Though Khaled didn't specifically say which model he received, the box behind the musician in the video clip reads "Neorest," a luxury Toto model with prices ranging from $5,598 to $20,172 on the company website.
Khaled asked his chef Melissa Zuniga to list the product's wide range of features.
"It has a UV light cleaning system," she said off-camera. "It's remote-control operated. Um, it's automatic, toilet seat can be opened and closed." He also noted the bowl's heated seats, automatic air purifying system, night light, and auto tornado flushing, among other perks.
"This might be the best gift ever, like real talk," said Khaled
Drake has an eye for home and interior design. The May 2020 cover of Architectural Digest spotlighted the Canadian star's massive Toronto home.
Khaled can attest to Drake's taste in decor, bathrooms included. "If you've ever been to Drake's house, his toilet bowls are amazing," said Khaled in the Instagram video.
Khaled also noted that he and his wife Nicole Tuck had discussed upgrading their toilets prior to receiving Drake's gift.
"I'm not even joking Drake, we been wanting this. Me and my queen been talking about getting Totos for the whole house," Khaled continued in the video.
Throughout their extensive careers, Drake and Khaled have worked together on several hit songs, including 2013's "No New Friends," 2017's "I'm on One," and 2021's "Popstar." The two even poked fun at their close friendship in the viral "Popstar" music video, which also stars Justin Bieber.
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