It looks like the hype around Drake's NBA championship ring is still going strong. At least, for Drizzy himself, anyway. The rapper was filmed showing off the giant piece of jewelry in the most Drake way possible in front of an adoring crowd. 

All of the Toronto Raptors players who were on the roster at the end of the season got their own custom rings, of course.

And Drake is no exception, even though he isn't an official player. The franchise ambassador received his very own custom ring and it's plain to see how proud he still is of it. 

A video that has gone viral on social media shows the music mogul unpackaging his bling and presenting it to a hyped-up crowd.

And, in a nice extravagant touch, when he opens the black box it is in, the ring is actually spinning on a rotator.

After all, if you're going to display a piece of championship memorabilia, do it justice.

And Drake's ring certainly warrants a stylish presentation. After all, it's valued at $150,000 and has over 30 carats of diamonds, according to Complex

You may recall that when he first showed it off, some people were pretty critical that the OVO owner got such a lavish gift.

Particularly when important former Raptors players like Jonas Valanciunas didn't get recognized for their contributions with one of their own.

For what it's worth, Drake's ring was created by designer Jason Arasheben. It has "The Boy" written on it along with the original Raptors logo, according to Republic World.

That's quite the gift. According to Arasheben, the ring is hugely important to the rapper. 

Drake and the Raptors have a history of exchanging gifts. Back in October, he notably presented the team with custom-made championship jackets, and they were pretty sharp.

Meanwhile, even when he's not serving as the franchise's hype man at Scotiabank Arena, hoops seem to be a big part of Drake's life.

Just last week, he, Justin Bieber, and Quavo were among the stars flashing what they've got on the court in New York.

And he still even has a Kawhi shirt hanging on the wall of his house.

Although we imagine he probably cherishes the ring more.

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