Drake had the best VIEWS of Game 4 on Monday. He sat in his signature seat behind Toronto coach Dwane Casey and howled as the Raptors shocked the Cavaliers, 105-99. The series moves back to Cleveland at 2-2.
Drake is the most conservative type of trash talker. He waits until after victories to speak, whether he is mocking Paul George during the Pacers series or LeBron James after Game 3. This time around, Drake ripped off multiple taunts at Cleveland, with no chill.
For the record, a foul was called on Bismack Biyombo in the photo above.
After abusing James, Drake then made poor, 33-year-old Channing Frye his next victim.
Frye should actually be proud of himself. He had 12 points and six rebounds in the second half while helping Cleveland make a comeback. Frye clearly made himself relevant enough for Drake.
Also of note, in Drake's new song, "Pop Style," he refers to his success saying, "Got so many chains they call me Chaining Tatum." He does not call Frye, Chaining Frye.
Finally, Drake burned Kyrie Irving. He absolutely crushed him. Like, no holding back.
Irving is No. 2 for those who do not understand. After two outstanding games in Cleveland, Irving was underwhelming in two games in Toronto. Irving was not the sole reason for Cleveland's losses, but Drake is getting in his head.
Drake finished his Instagram ran with a double photo of himself, accompanied by a Canadian flag caption.
This "One Dance" between the Cavaliers and Raptors is getting more heated than the series appeared through two games. The 6 God, the Ratpors' global ambassador, seeing this legitimacy, is getting involved.
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