Canadian rapper Drake is once again an internet meme.
The 35-year-old has on more than one occasion gone viral on social media, with the music video for his 2015 hit “Hotline Bling” providing the internet with a surplus of meme templates.
But after he was spotted in the stands of Wednesday’s NBA game between the Miami Heat and Toronto Raptors, it didn’t take long for social media to poke fun at the musician.
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Earlier this week, it was revealed that pop sensation Rihanna was pregnant and expecting her first child with rapper ASAP Rocky.
The Barbados-born singer, 33, revealed her baby bump in a series of images taken as she strolled around New York with her partner over the weekend – wearing an $8,000 pink Chanel coat.
Rihanna and Drake briefly had an on-and-off relationship in 2016, and when a photo of the “One Dance” singer staring blankly at his mobile phone at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena, the internet couldn’t resist ripping into him.
I know Drake got songs about Rihanna , need them out the vault https://t.co/HirV3Jb7OG
— DW âœž (@dallaswise25) February 2, 2022
There were also reports Drake unfollowed both Rihanna and ASAP Rocky on Instagram after the news broke of her pregnancy.
Drake, who is a massive Raptors fan, was seated alongside Raptors President Masai Ujiri as the hosts clinched a four-point victory over the Heat.
Gary Trent delivered his fifth consecutive game with at least 30 points, finishing with 33 as the Raptors eased past Miami 110-106.
Heat centre Bam Adebayo was a standout, contributing 32 points and 11 rebounds.
The Raptors will next host the Chicago Bulls on Friday morning AEDT at 11.30am.
– with AFP and The Sun