Drake links up with Rick Ross for hos new song titled Money In The Grave. Available for download and streaming, Drake already dropped another song titled Omerta as promised.
Drake has been especially vocal throughout the Raptors’ run to the NBA Finals. In May, during the Eastern Conference Finals, Drake interacted directly with Raptors coach Nick Nurse on the sideline. He was also criticized by Milwaukee Bucks fans for what they saw as disrespectful antics on the sidelines. Georgios Dimitropoulos (a senior executive at the European agency that used to represent Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo) tweeted, “Never seen anything as disrespectful as this before….” He later deleted the tweet.
During Game 1 of the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors, Drake wore Dell Curry’s No. 30 Toronto Raptors jersey (pictured above). Dell Curry played for the Raptors from 1999 to 2002. His son, Stephen Curry, has won three NBA titles with the Warriors.
Also during Game 1, Drake exchanged words with the Warriors’ Draymond Green. “We talked; we barked a little bit. But I wouldn’t necessarily consider it a scuffle. [It wasn’t] what I personally would consider a scuffle,” Green said.
Drake, 32 and Breezy, 30, famously put an end to their long-running feud at the end of last year after seven years of bitterness, which was allegedly sparked over Drake’s rumoured relationship with Rihanna.
After igniting a new friendship, both of the male chart-toppers teased that some joint music was on the way and, lo and behold, ‘No Guidance’ arrived last week. People are criticising Drake for working with Chris Brown, who infamously physically assaulted Rihanna in 2009, and are referencing the moment Drake declared his love for the ‘Needed Me’ singer very publicly at the 2016 VMA’s.
While it appears that Rihanna has forgiven Chris Brown for the abuse she endured a decade ago – the pair rekindled their romance in 2013 and have since collaborated on music – social media users are labelling Drake’s decision as “disrespectful.”
I got my n*ggas ‘cross the street living large
Thinking back to the fact that they dead
Thought my raps wasn’t facts ’til they sat with the bars
I got two phones, one need a charge
Yeah, they twins, I could tell they ass apart
I got big packs coming on the way
I got big stacks coming out the safe
ENjoy Drake in his new joy.
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