Drake isn’t afraid to slam his critics, especially when it comes to his son, Adonis.
On May 4, the Instagram account ‘Comments By Celebs’ posted a screenshot of how Drake, 35, slammed a critic who tried to put down the artist and his 4-year-old son. As they say, it’s all fun and games until someone decides to bring a young child into it.
Drake Hilariously Slams Critic Who Pokes Fun At His Son Adonis
It all began when Drake took to the comments of an Instagram post to defend Tee Morant, father of Memphis Grizzlies star Ja Morant after fans complained about his attitude while he cheered on his son from the sidelines. Being a father himself, the performer simpathized with Tee.
The singer disagreed with that idea, as a father himself, and claimed that he would be equally supportive of his own son.
“Imagine your son makes the league and he’s Ja … all you can do is be elated and competitive and over supportive,” the rapper wrote. “It’s a right [sic] of passage to that the OG’s talk s–t. I know I’mma be this way even if my son is in a rubix cube competition.”
The poster then commented, “Ya son prolly play with ghostwriters.” And that’s when Drake took it to a whole other level.
To which Drake quipped back, “I just followed your girl cause she’s prob miserable and needs some excitement in her life.”
A man of his word, Drake really did then follow the fan’s wife. Sharing her surprise on her Instagram Story, she wrote, “My husband @ceddybo_ybangm decides to be a troll and now @champagnepapi thinking I need excitement in my life.”
But it didn’t stop there. In a clip to his own Instagram Story, the fan shared what he claimed to be a DM the rapper sent to his wife’s Instagram account that read, “I’m here for u ma.”
He wrote on his Instagram Story post, “Oh nahhhhhh fool really DM’d my wife. I’m [laughing crying emojis].'”
The interaction was then posted on @commentsbycelebs, where Drake’s fans quickly jumped into the comments to share their own reactions to his response.
One wrote, “Someone just lost a wife,” while another added, “This is legendary behavior.”
With a background in the creative and educational fields, Amelia Finefrock is freelance writer, singer-songwriter and nanny based in Chicago.
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