The Raptors and the Warriors are now facing off in the NBA finals, and it's a wild ride. One of the most vocal people throughout the entire playoffs? None other than our resident Canadian celeb, Drake. Last night, he took his drama with Warriors star Steph Curry to the next level, and the results are unbelievable. Drake's Ebay auction of Stephen Curry's hair lint actually got up to $118,000 in bids. 

Drake has not been shy with his courtside antics – he's made his rivalry clear in full force. Last night during Game 1 of the NBA Finals, the rapper wore Steph Curry's dad's old Raptors jersey and he covered his Warriors tattoos. He was also trash talking Steph Curry during the game courtside. 

However, the drama and trolling didn't stop at the court. Last night, Drake brought his rivalry with the Golden State Warriors to Instagram by posting a video of him apparently picking lint off of Stephen Curry's hair.

He accompanied his Instagram post with a caption that said "Steph Curry hair lint for sale on my eBay right now!!! username: DraymondShouldntWear23". 

While some thought it was just a joke, it wasn't – Drake actually posted the hair lint onto his eBay, and it racked up an insane amount in bids. 

Bids went for the hair lint over $86,000 USD, according to Business Insider – which is the equivalent of roughly $116,250. At that time, there was only 31 bids, which means it could have gone even higher as the eBay auction went on. 

The item has since disappeared from Drake's eBay. According to Business Insider, it's unknown whether it sold to any of the bidders. 

Stephen Curry's hair lint isn't the only thing that was going for over $100,000 – tickets to the NBA finals have actually been selling for over $100,000. So what would you rather have for $100,000? Stephen Curry's supposed hair lint, or tickets to the NBA finals? 

Drake has gone full-out in his efforts to troll Stephen Curry and the Warriors. Stay tuned to find out what wild antics he gets up to next! 

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