Drake gets A-list accommodations from Miami steakhouse Prime 112 as they close their bar so he can dine before the performance
A visit from Drake prompted Miami steakhouse Prime 112 to close their bar Friday so the superstar could dine in privacy before a performance.
Drake, 34, had visited the eatery prior to his outing with J. Cole at the FTX Arena, as a source told Page Six he had “taken over the bar from the restaurant, where he dined with friends.
“The whole bar was closed to him. Everyone caught a glimpse of the superstar as he casually ate his meal and relaxed before the show.”
A visit from Drake prompted Miami steakhouse Prime 112 to close their bar Friday so the superstar could dine in privacy before a performance. The singer was snapped in March
The Girls Want Girls performer appeared at the end of J. Cole’s concert on his Off-Season Tour, the Miami New Times reported.
During the show, Drake told J. Cole, “I just want you to understand something: you really are, hands down, one of the best rappers to ever touch a microphone. I just want to let you know that there are way too many people in the world who think and know that J. Cole is in that top totem pole position.
‘You are my brother. I love you. You are one of my favorite artists and I always appreciate you.”
An insider told the outlet that the In My Feelings artist went to the eatery earlier and predicted the success of his upcoming album Certified Lover Boy while signing the guestbook at the establishment.
An insider said of the star: ‘Everyone got a glimpse of the superstar as he casually ate his meal and relaxed before the show’
Drake continues to dominate the charts as his new album Certified Lover Boy remained at number one on the Billboard 200 for the third week in a row.
The What’s Next rapper wrote to restaurant owner Myles Chefetz: ‘PLATINUM FOR OCTOBER. club. September 18, 2021,” as the album eventually went platinum on September 24.
The musical artist continues to dominate the charts with the album, which remained at number one on the Billboard 200 for the third week in a row on Sunday.
According to figures from MRC Data on Billboard, more than 171,000 equivalent album units of the Canadian superstar’s new album were sold in the week.
The rapper’s latest album debuted at the highest weekly total of the year, selling 613,000 copies two weeks ago.
The superstar rapper announced the album’s release on social media last month, writing “CERTIFIED LOVER BOY SEPTEMBER 3,” following delays from its expected release earlier this year.