Yesterday, was a "tough day at the office" as Drake would call it. With it being the 5 day anniversary of 'So Far Gone', you would think he would be celebrating, but instead he got caught up dealing with the media, and people he might have offended at Rolling Stone Magazine after tweeting this.
"I'm done doing interviews for magazines. I just want to give my music to the people. That's the only way my message gets across accurately."
Rolling Stone thought it was more appropriate to replace Drake's cover with a cover of the late great Phillip Seymour. They also might have altered his words, making him sound like a bully when asked about his take on Macklemore receiving the Grammy for 'Best Hip Hop Album' and instagramming his conversation with Kendrick Lamar telling him he deserved it.
We guess instead of him celebrating the anniversary of his body of work that made him such a huge musical success, he spent the day reflecting on everything that went down between him and Rolling Stone.Late last night he took to his website Octobersveryown.blogspot.com to say this:
The best form of expression is the music in my opinion, but Drizzy did a very commendable thing. Thoughts?
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