Will Drake again wear his $750,000 erotic watch at remaining Warriors-Raptors Finals games?

There needs to be a game seven of the NBA Finals. Of course we’d love to see our beloved Golden State Warriors pull off a championship threepeat with two more victories over the Toronto Raptors.

But there’s another reason: We want to see how nasty Drake’s watch is going to be.

The Canadian rapper and super Raptors fan sported a Richard Mille 69 Tourbillon Erotic timepiece as he sat at his usual court-side seat at Monday’s Game 5 at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena, according to Page Six.

He wasn’t seen at the two previous Oracle Arena games, so our best chance of getting a second look at that $750,000 watch might be at a possible game seven in Toronto.

That’s right — $750,000; this ain’t your grandpa’s Timex.

Actually, your grandpa would probably blush at some of the messages that the RM 69 shares.

The watch displays three bars that can be mixed and matched for customized displays. The first bar says things like “I want to,” “I lust to” and “Let me”; the second bar is for active verbs such as “explore,” “taste” and “arouse”; and the third completes the thought with “your lips,” “your body” or “you tonight.”

The watch-wearer can set it to say, “I want to kiss you tonight,” for example. That would be the PG-13 message.

Drake dialed his up on Monday to something a little more graphic: “I’d love to kiss your …” We’ll let you figure out the last word.

We’re not sure if Drake’s watch has the capability of saying, “I want to massage Nick Nurse’s shoulders.”

We also haven’t confirmed this, but rumor has it the watch also tells time.

The Richard Mille website gives a quick history of erotic timepieces.

“Designers of yore played with the theme of libertinism by mechanically re-creating suggestive scenes,” it said.

“Because they broke with conservative moral, religious and political customs, these objects were often banned and confiscated. But like all forbidden love, their pleasure was enjoyed away from prying eyes.”

The RM 69, however, discarded the suggestive scenes and replaced them with the suggestive words.

“Far from scenes brought to life by automatons, this creation plays on the desire to openly express passion, sensuality and even sexuality,” the history lesson continued.

The website also breaks down the watch’s full name of 69 Tourbillon Erotic. Erotic is self-explanatory. Tourbillon appears to be some kind of watch-speak.

And 69 represents the timepiece’s 69-hour power reserve. Right.


Source:: East Bay – Entertainment


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