Open Post: Hosted By A Necklace Made From Drake’s Collection Of Unused Diamond Engagement Rings

December 13, 2022 / Posted by:

I think we can now safely call Drake a “confirmed bachelor” without anybody getting bent out of shape about the historical implications of that designation since Drake himself is the one going out of his way to remind us that nobody is ever gonna wanna marry Him?  Page Six reports that Drake has teamed up with custom jewelry designer to the stars and probable inspiration for Adam Sandler’s character in Uncut Gems, Alex Moss, to create a necklace called “Previous Engagements,” which is made from 42 enormous diamonds that weren’t big enough to fill the gaping hole in his heart, or, sadder yet, even get a stripper to bite.

According to Page Six, one of the diamonds used in the necklace might have been destined for UG’s own Julia Fox’s finger. Julia and Drake dated briefly in 2020 but the only parting gifts she reportedly received from that tryst were two Birkin bags and a rebound fling with Kanye West, all of which I think she returned for store/street credit. Here’s the necklace, which Alex and Drake say is “for all the times he thought about it but never did it.” Surprise — It’s not a bottle of hot sauce!

I have the feeling that this is a living object, meaning there are probably tens, if not dozens, additional diamond rings out there that Drake did propose with, sprinkled about in strip club backrooms and youth basketball locker rooms all over the world like Infinity Stones waiting to be added to the mother-ship, AKA, the HMCS HIM?.

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