Drake Music Banned From Bay-Area Radio Station Duration NBA Finals For Trolling Golden State Warriors
It seems the Bay Area is “out here looking for revenge” against rapper Drake for repping his home team, the Toronto Raptors. Drizzy has thrown a few petty jabs in support of the Raptors including:
– Wearing an autographed Toronto Raptors jersey from Steph Curry‘s father, Del Curry.
– Sporting a subliminal “Where’s Kevin?” Home Alone hoodie, taunting Kevin Durant‘s absence during the Finals.
– Posted a troll-tastic photo Klay Thompson after injuring his hamstring in Game 2
But the Golden State Warriors couldn’t let Drake get away with his bullying. They played Pusha T‘s diss song, “The Story of Adidon,” during their warm-ups at the Oracle.
— House of Highlights (@HoHighlights) June 5, 2019
Bay Area radio station, KBLX, is taking more drastic measures against Drake. They’ve decided to ban his music for the rest of the NBA Finals! Elroy Smith, KBLX operations and programs director, commented on the ban:
“[We] could not stand on the sidelines and accept Drake showing no love for our Golden State Warriors. It is my joy to cease and desist all of Drake’s music on KBLX in support a team that is loved by the Bay Area and around the world. Oh yes, we are proclaiming a 3-peat.”
But, does Drake really hate the Warriors that much? He’s a well documented friend of many players of the team, even sporting tattoos of Steph Curry and Kevin Durant’s jersey numbers on his arm! Complex Sports has noticed that he’s covered his ink with an arm band during the finals, though! Ha!
Drake also mentioned his friendship with the royal blue and yellow team in his “Summer Sixteen” lyrics. He rapped:
“Golden State running practice at my house.”
Are Drake and KBLX taking their team loyalty too far? Let us know in the comments.
Written by Miata Shanay