Drake is such a huge 2Pac fan that his toilets automatically play “Hit ‘Em Up,” according to Lil Yachty.
The Atlanta rapper made the bizarre revelation on a livestream with internet personality Kai Cenat on Sunday (April 16), saying ‘Pac’s 1996 diss song plays on repeat in the many bathrooms inside Drizzy’s home whenever the toilet sit lifts up.
Yachty admitted that the novelty soon wears off, though, and hearing the late rap icon’s vicious insults — which were aimed at his fierce rival The Notorious B.I.G. — when passing stool is actually pretty “annoying.”
“Every bathroom in his house has heated seats,” he said. “And every bathroom in his house, when you walk up to the toilet, it opens and starts playing 2Pac ‘Hit ‘Em Up.’ I swear to God! Every time it’s like, ‘Yeah, you fat muthafucka!’ It’s so annoying when you gotta take a shit ’cause it keeps looping.”
Lil Boat added that he’s taken “several” dumps at Drake’s house, but due to the abundance of bathrooms inside the sprawling property, there are still at least “eight or nine” that have yet to be christened.
His toilet soundtrack selection isn’t the only way Drake has professed his love for 2Pac. Back in 2020, the OVO Sound boss spent a whopping $600,000 on two custom chains of the late All Eyez On Me rapper.
The elaborate neck pieces featured twin pendants of ‘Pac — one wearing a crown of gold thorns over a red bandana, the other rocking a crown of silver diamonds paired with a blue rag. Both came with a diamond chain boasting around 70 carats of white and yellow diamonds.
More recently, 2Pac was Drake’s most listened-to artist of 2022 on Spotify. The Toronto native shared his Spotify Wrapped stats on Instagram in December, revealing he had spent 246 minutes bumping ‘Pac on the streaming platform, putting him in the top seven percent of his fanbase.
“If there was anybody that I wish I could be a little more like, it’d probably be ‘Pac,” Drake told The Boombox back in 2011. “I think more than anything, aside from his music, which was absolutely incredible, I think he just drove people with who he was, the way he carried himself.”
He added: “He was somebody who was a free spirit and he did not care, he just did what he felt. I wish I could have a little more Pac to my persona. I’m working on it.”
Meanwhile, Lil Yachty’s intimate knowledge of Drake’s home is no surprise considering the close friendship they’ve formed in recent years. In addition to collaborating on 2020’s “Oprah’s Bank Account,” Yachty contributed production and vocals to Drizzy’s Her Loss LP with 21 Savage and even interviewed him as part of its promo run.
The Quality Control signee took their friendship one step further last summer by getting Drake’s OVO owl logo tattooed on his wrist.