Taking a break from his next album, Drake attended the Toronto Raptors’ Wednesday night game against the Charlotte Hornets, where he morphed into a sports reporter.
During the game, Drizzy poked fun at Hornets guard Jeremy Lamb’s ink. “I feel like Jeremy Lamb has the answers to the third quarter woes tattooed on his right leg,” he said. “It’s cryptic. It’s drawing me in, boys, I don’t know. Something about it. What is that? What do you ask for when you get that? Give me the Da Vinci code!”
#Drake on the broadcast at tonight's Raptors vs. Hornets game.
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When Drake wasn’t on the mic, he was still making waves. At one point during the game, he was shown pouring Perrier into a cup. Caught off guard, his facial reactions sparked a swarm of memes.
*Shazams song* pic.twitter.com/UjMKnOEq8Z
— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) November 30, 2017
Finally, to cap off the night, Drizzy took on post-game interview duties, speaking with Raptors star Kyle Lowry, who scored a season-high 36 points. “What prompts a performance like that?” asked Drake.
“I watch a lot of Instagram and I seen you singing last night,” Lowry replied. “It kind of helped me out a little bit with some motivation. I didn’t know you could sing still.” Drake responded: “You didn’t know I could sing? Thank you. Very nice of you.”
Fresh off his “Boy Meets World Tour,” Drake is reportedly working on his next album with producers including Noah “40” Shebib, Pi’erre Bourne, and London On Da Track.