And I just spent four Ferraris all on a brand new Bugatti
This connects to “Paris Morton Music,” where Drake says he’s “having lunch and debating Ferrari prices” — these days he’s not unsure of Ferrari prices; rather, he’s using those “cheap” cars like basic counting blocks in referring to much more expensive things he’s interested in.
Ferraris retail from $250,000 and up, while Bugatti only offers one car model but it is a “super car” that is roughly twice as powerful and costs about $1.4 million.
4xFerraris = Bugatti
This line brings back suggestions of still feeling like he did on the cover of Take Care — he’s rich, so rich but he’s so bored. Bored to the point where he spends a million trying to entertain himself. The perfect example of ennui.
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