Drake's old lyric book was found in a dumpster near his grandfather's old furniture factory in Toronto.
A note penned by rapper Drake to his mother has gone up for sale for $7,500.
The note, taken from the "Hotline Bling" hitmaker's old lyric book, features a young Drake promising to clean his room when he comes home, reported TMZ.
On the back of the note is a short biography of Drake, whose real name is Aubrey Graham. He wrote about himself, his music influences, hobbies and talents, as well as a sweet shoutout to his father.
Drake's old lyric book was found in a dumpster near his grandfather's old furniture factory in Toronto, where the 32-year-old musician used to work.
Drake recently used some of his extra money to make the day of two McDonald's employees, as he handed $10,000 to the female staff members of the fast food chain in Los Angeles.
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As the conductor raises her baton, dozens of children come to order, and their everyday cacophonous chatting gives way to a melodic cascade of notes.
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