Drake Rented Out Dodgers Stadium For A Date With A High School Basketball Star’s Mom

July 9, 2021 / Posted by:

We all know Drake loves a honey with a big juicy ass, but no ass in the history of asses needs its own baseball stadium. But since Drake is always doing the absolute most, he recently rented out the entirety of Dodgers Stadium for a dinner date with Instagram model Johanna Leia. And the only thing Drake loves more than a juicy ass is basketball, and with Joanna, he’s scored a 3-pointer. Joanna appeared on the Lifetime reality show Bringing Up Ballers and is the mother of Sierra Canyon High School star basketball player Amari Bailey, who is teammates with LaBron James’ son Bronny James. Leave it to Drake to turn a date with a 40-year-old into an opportunity to holler at a teen.

The date must have been a disaster because ABC News 7 caught the footage with their news new chopper.

Rapper Drake might have taken the cake for the best date night ever after hosting a private dinner date right on the field at Dodger Stadium.

On Thursday night, AIR7 HD spotted the Grammy Award-winning artist with his date along the third base line in front of the dugout with an assortment of food surrounded by what appears to be multiple vases filled with flowers. Adding to the extravagance was an apparent waiter at a separate table just feet from the pair.

Drake, 34, had a custom Dodgers jersey with the words “the boy” while his date, Johanna Leia, was wearing one with her name on the back.

Here’s Drake filling the stadium with his date and one tuxedoed butler.

And here’s Drake sandwiched between Joanna and Michael B. Jordan at one of Amari and Bronny’s games.

Drake seems to have already taken on a mentorship role for young Amari. Both of them posted pictures from a recent outing.

And because I feel I truly must, here’s Joanna showing her Dodgers Blue pride.

This is all very on Brand because if there’s one thing Drake’s gonna do, it’s have his cake and eat it too.

Pic: ABC News 7

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