Drake had to put a troll in check.
It all began on Tuesday night (May 3) when Drizzy commented on an Instagram post from an NBA shooting coach named Lethal Shooter XXL reports. Drake shared his commentary and backed up the coach’s remarks in the comments section. Take a look:
Drake said, “Imagine your son makes the league, and he’s Ja or Melo or Lonzo. All you can do is be elated and competitive, and it’s a right of passage to that the OG’s talk shit. I know I’mma be this way even if my son is in a rubix cube competition.”
An Instagram user named @ceddybo_ybagnm replied, “Ya son prolly play with ghost writers.” One thing about the 6 god, he does not play about his baby boy. Drake fired back and said, “I just followed your girl cause she’s prob miserable and needs some excitement in her life.”
Drake DM’d the woman and said, “I’m here for u ma.” She reposted it, and her husband chimed in and laughed. See it:
Check out the funniest reactions:
Imagine your husband hand delivering Drake to you.
top tier Mother’s Day gift.
— hermés hottie. (@ErinTheEsthie) May 4, 2022
Drake was right, she needed some excitement cause she gon talk about this for the rest of her life lmao
— brownin (@Diamondsupply_) May 4, 2022
Now y'all sensitive bc you realize Drake could end up in your girl's DMs 😂 pic.twitter.com/sby7kHLALb
— Naima Cochrane (@naima) May 4, 2022
Shit ain’t funny no more when Drake follows ya bitch and start sending her memes. You might as well move out.
— Church Sox (@KarlousM) May 4, 2022
Telling my nigga to leave a hate comment on Drake page 🤭 chess not checkers boo
— LB (@lnbshr) May 4, 2022
In other Drake news, is it possible the beef between him and Pusha T is finally over? As reported on GQ, Pusha T basically said he’s over it. When speaking on the feud, the outlet reports, Pusha T said,
“I mean, my album is that good. I could never cheapen my album with [that],” he says, sounding positively disgusted. Even recent chatter that a new verse Drake recorded for Jack Harlow might be trying to heat the beef up again can’t get a rise out of him. “I’m cool now. Have a good time. It sounds so old to me,” he says in reference to Drake’s flow on the track, drawing the word out with dramatic effect. “The flow sounds old, the shots don’t even—like what is that? That ain’t a warrior talk.”
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