It seems that God’s plan for Drake is not America.
The singer may leave the United States for good after putting his Beverly Hills property up for sale for $88 million, the last of his properties in the country.
A source told The Post that the 36-year-old has no plans to buy another property in the US anytime soon, adding that he feels more comfortable in his hometown of Toronto, the largest city in Canada.
The Post has reached out to Drake’s representatives for comment.
He only bought the sprawling 24,260-square-foot California property a year ago for $75 million from English pop star Robbie Williams, who bought it in 2015 for $33 million.
Secluded in the foothills above Benedict Canyon, the main house is situated on 20 acres of land and consists of seven bedrooms and 13 bathrooms.
The property boasts canyon, city and ocean views, surrounded by lush gardens and grounds, the listing says.
Features include formal living and dining rooms, a gourmet kitchen with a breakfast room, a library, and a room for two families, one of which doubles as a screening room.
There are three other ensuite bedrooms in the staff quarters.
Amenities include a garage for up to 11 cars, an elevator, a wine cellar, a gym, and a game room.
There’s also a pool/guesthouse with a mosaic-tiled pool and indoor/outdoor kitchen, as well as a hidden tennis court and orchard.
Branden and Rayni Williams of The Beverly Hills Estates jointly own the listing with Marc Bretter of Maywood Property Group.
Around the same time that Drake bought the Beverly Hills property, he listed his previous digs in Los Angeles: a trio of properties in Hidden Hills guarded for $22 million. Eventually, he sold two of the three properties to Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford for $11 million.
He sold the latter to Iranian-born lawyer Makan Delrahim, a former US assistant attorney general appointed under President Donald Trump, for $14.8 million.
In the meantime, Drake will remain in his home turf of Toronto, on the city’s affluent Bridle Path, where he custom built his 50,000-square-foot T-shaped mansion after purchasing a 2-acre piece of land in 2015 for roughly $6.7 million. . .
The home comes with all the amenities, including an NBA regulation-size indoor basketball court topped by a 21-square-foot pyramid skylight, a backlit slab of Nero Assoluto granite that offers switchable mood lighting above the pool, and in the Centerpiece of the master bathroom, a 4,000-pound tub of black marble carved from a single block.
“Because I was building it in my hometown, I wanted the structure to hold up for 100 years,” Drake told Architectural Digest in 2020.
“I wanted it to have a monumental scale and feel,” Drake said of his passion project. “It will be one of the things that I leave behind, so it had to be timeless and strong,” he added.
Drake also has a room of sports jerseys displayed in museum-like glass cases and his own awards room with his Grammy Awards on display.
“I think the house shows that I have real faith in myself to take on this task when I was only 27 and see it through,” he told the outlet. “I also believe that the house says that I will remain forever solid in the place where I was born.”