Drake has a new face tattoo and, like with any Drizzy-related fashion statement (y’all remember them weird side buns with the pink hairclips), the new tat has caused social media to explode in responses that range from mocking to compliments to, well, much more mocking.
While one would think that Drake probably just wanted to put the fear of God into Tha God with his team behind him, Charlamagne later learned it was probably a bit more serious than that when he revealed another incident that went down while he was at an iHeart event.
Drake release his For All The Dogs: Scary Hours Edition on Friday (November 17) with six additional songs and it appears X approves.
While no track listing for the album was provided, you can bet his fans won't even need one to check out what Drake's been cooking in the kitchen when he serves up 'Scary Hours 3'.
So much for the 6 God taking a long break. On Monday (Nov. 13), Drake announced that he’s going on tour with Dreamville head honcho J. Cole called It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As The What?
Drake joined with other celebrities in the signing of a letter to President Joe Biden demanding a ceasefire in the Israel-Gaza Conflict.
Drake isn’t letting backlash to his alleged incel-friendly album get him down. To celebrate his 37th birthday, the 6 God hosted a party in Miami that featured guests and occasional actors Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul of Breaking Bad fame serving drinks.
Dennis Graham, the father of Aubrey Graham AKA Draka, says that his son is keeping mum on the Israel conflict for now.
Azealia Banks didn't bite her tongue when addressing Drake, who has been a bit emotional responding to criticism his latest album is receiving.
Drake and Joe Budden are continuing their beef in front of their respective fans and Parks, a past Drizzy collaborator, caught a stray.
A new video from Druski has reignited a beef between him and Cash Money CEO Birdman, and Drake has stepped in with words warning the comedian on social media.