Drake Messages Troll's Wife Because She’s 'Probably Miserable'
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Hip hop mega star Drake reached out to the wife of a troll on Instagram because she's 'probably miserable'.
Well, it seems the Certified Lover Boy got into a heated debate over NBA star Ja Morant's dad.
Basically, Drizzy made himself busy in the Instagram comments to defend Tee Morant over a meme, which joked about his 'annoying' support for the Grizzlies guard throughout the playoffs.
The multi-platinum rapper was not entertaining any trolling and commented: "Imagine your son makes the league and he’s Ja Or Melo (Ball) or Lonzo (Ball) all you can do is be elated and competitive and over supportive and it’s a right of passage to that the OG’s talk s***.
"I know I’mma be this way even if my son is in a rubix cube competition."
However, one troll opted to take shots at Drake and referenced the longstanding rumour that he doesn't write his own songs.
They wrote: "Ya son prolly play with ghost writers."
Although the troll thought they had pulled off a Pusha-T level diss, the '6 God' hit back with a ruthless response.
Drake replied: "I just followed your girl cause she prob miserable and needs some excitement in her life."
His comeback wasn't just words alone, as the troll later posted a screenshot of his wife getting a DM from Champagne Papi himself.
It read: "I'm here for u ma."
I think it's safe to say that Drake will no longer entertain any rumours that he doesn't write his own lyrics.
Back in 2019, Rap Radar asked Drake about how he views ghostwriting rumours in relation to his legacy.
His reply: "Anybody that knows me knows that my strongest talent is writing.
“I’m not a great singer. I’m a good performer, I’ve grown into a great performer. But my greatest talent is writing. That’s why people ask me to write songs for them. That’s why people like to get in the room and write with me.
"Yeah, I wanna just encourage anybody. Look, if it makes a great song and you’re the one that’s voicing it, but it’s you and another person that’s cooking it up, you’re not doing anything wrong.”
He added: "All of my biggest songs, any song that really, really did damage for me, I wrote every single lyric… I’m not gonna collaborate with anybody on any of the timestamp records. I’m not collaborating with anybody on ‘Marvin’s Room’ or the R&B records.
"When I collaborate with people, I always send the idea first. I’m the one that picks the beat and goes, 'Yo, just put a verse on this and take that for your album or your single'."
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