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Drake might be on the hook for $30,000 if a Manhattan lawyer can prove the rap star stole his Rose-Gold Rolex Presidential.James McMillan claims his uber-expensive time piece went missing after he dropped it off at jeweler Rafaello & Co., MTV reported.
McMillan reportedly dropped the watch off at the jeweler last year for a cleaning. When he returned to the shop a week later, he claims that his watch watch had been sold to Drake.
“He goes back to the store and confronts them and they confirmed that the watch was sold,” Claudine King, McMillan’s lawyer, told MTV.
Drake was seen wearing the watch on the cover of his second album.
But he claims he bought the watch directly from Rolex and has never bought anything from the jeweler mentioned in the lawsuit.
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