Drake usually is gold and bullet proof when it comes to providing songs without much public relations backlash until “War” when he had to re-upload an edited version of the song due to having the controversial “Chair Girl” in the visuals. Now Drake is facing heat from some online for his lyrics on “When To Say When” and “Chicago Freestyle”. On the former, Drake said something that had listeners questioning the Toronto rapper:
Drake after dropping both "When to Say When" and "Chicago Freestyle" the same time… pic.twitter.com/UmzIE9RJb4
— GoodNightHarlem🎙 (@GoodNightHarlem) March 1, 2020
“Baby mama fluke, but I love her for who she is”
The wildest part on this new Drake is that he said he pulls "W's" meaning attractive women and said, "Baby mama fluke but I love her for who she is." pic.twitter.com/qIk74EWW0d
— kevikev (@KevCoke6) March 1, 2020
“See what had happened was..” – Drake on how he voluntarily nutted in a sex worker and made a baby while being worth over $100M but thinks it was a fluke and he was set up somehow.
— PhillyTheBoss.com (@PhillyTheBoss) March 1, 2020
Drake really said his baby mom a fluke but he love her for who she is.. not even worried about losing visitation rights.. pic.twitter.com/MQG64TjZwu
— Young Black Jesus (@Zeekncashe) March 1, 2020
Drake has also got in some hot water over his lyrics that were in relation to Michael Jackson and Neverland Ranch when he said, “Michael Jackson, s**t, but the palace is not for kids / Still, women saying it’s childish the way we live.” . Check out the post below and the comments.
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#drake getting Blowback for these lines , was he addressing the rumours surrounding his Friendship/relationships with #billieeilish & #milliebobbybrown ? Either way much like Oprah,he is getting backlash for commenting on #michaeljackson past #whentosaywhen #chicagofreestyle
I really really don’t see it as him remotely talking about anything sexual let alone allegations.
But of course, it’s up to @Drake to clarify or not, I like to think he’s smarter than falling for that bullshigidy
— Luna Nightingale 🌻🌹 (@swearsinvintage) March 2, 2020
I didn’t take the Michael Jackson line as disrespect .. Clever fact… Drake walked that thin line tastefully and witty in my opinion
— Gold Coast Chamberlain (@RosterGuard99) March 1, 2020
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