Rapper Drake says the world is hom#ph#bic after being mocked for painting his nails pink


Rapper Drake says the world is hom#ph#bic after being mocked for painting his nails pink

 Our Rapper Drake has become the butt of jokes from some people on the internet. Rapper Drake took to social media to defend himself after painting his nails pink. The response came after his friend and fellow rapper Lil Yachty commented on him in an Instagram post over the weekend.

In his post, the rapper, who subsequently kicked off his tour alongside 21 Savage, shared behind-the-scenes photos of his show, including one of him with pink nails. Not long after, Lil Yachty appeared in the comments and praised Drake's massive diamond earrings in the photo, but the rapper took the opportunity to joke with his friend about his nails after he explained that he wasn't getting a lot of positive comments about the look. .“You told me to paint my nails so I can stop biting them, now the world is being hom#ph#bic for the first time since Rich Flex… which is not so long ago,” Drake wrote in response, referencing his hit song with 21 Savage. “Wait, is the world homophobic? Unfortunate,” added the 36-year-old rapper. Yachty then responded, “Woo-sah brother, [you] shouldn't have these episodes out in public, that's fine. They just don't understand you bro #UDIFFERENTAF”.

Drake's comments about his fingernails come several months after he and 21 Savage released their single "Rich Flex," which sparked an influx of memes at Drake's expense. TikTok fans teased the rapper at the time for one of his lines on the song, suggesting he was flirting with his collaborator with the lyrics: “21 can you do something for me?

After Drake first showed off his pre-tour pink nails in a separate Instagram post on Monday, fans shared mixed feelings about the singer's choice of style.

Drake and Yachty have been talking about their friendship over the last few months, with the OVO Sound founder also appearing on FUTUREMOOD's "A Moody Conversation" by the "Strike" rapper. In the approximately 30-minute interview, the duo dove into a variety of heartfelt topics, with Drake at one point admitting that he was thinking of "a classy exit" from the music industry.

“I think I'm at the point now where I just want to, like — I feel like maybe we talked about this the other day, but I feel like I'm introducing the concept of an elegant exit to my mind,” Drake told Yachty as the pair relaxed on the beach. .

Drake and 21 Savage's It's All a Blur tour, which is due to end in October, marks the Canadian rapper's first North American tour since the Aubrey and the Three Migos tour in 2018.


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