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Never one to miss out on expensive fun: Drake. At this week’s playoff game between the rapper’s Toronto Raptors and the Philadelphia 76ers, Drizzy wore 1:1 wholesale Rolex Day-Date replica watches that was all kinds of flashy. The bezel and the bracelet’s links are set with diamonds, as are the Roman numerals. But the main attraction was the turquoise dial that kept Drake firmly on trend when it comes to his wristwear.
Alexander Skarsgård’s Omega Seamaster Replica Watches
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