A ring fit for a king.
Drake just coughed up $1.01 million to own a massive gold, ruby and diamond crown ring created and worn by the late Tupac Shakur.
The “God’s Plan” rapper, 36, took to his Instagram Story Friday to show off the bling while promoting his new song with Travis Scott, “Meltdown.”
He followed up the snap with a photo of the late Princess Diana.
The bauble — which Shakur wore during his final public appearance at the 1996 MTV Video Music Awards — was on offer this week at Sotheby’s by Yaasmyn Fula, the “All Eyez on Me” hitmaker’s godmother/”auntie” and trusted advisor.
Sitting atop a diamond-encrusted gold band is a gold circlet studded with the three largest jewels in the entire piece — a central cabochon ruby flanked by two pavé-cut diamonds.
On the outer, palm-facing side of the band is an inscription that reads “Pac & Dada 1996,” referencing Shakur and his then-new fiancée, Kidada Jones.
The hip-hop icon proudly wore the accessory on his left ring finger.
Fula told Sotheby’s that Shakur worked with New York jewelers to create the piece to commemorate his signing with Death Row Records.
He apparently modeled his design after the crowns worn by Europe’s medieval kings as “an act of self-coronation.”
The ring — which sold at more than triple its $300,000 high estimate — marks one of the most valuable hip-hop