Beef & Basketball: Drake Says He Could Leave Rap For New Gig (Video)

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(AllHipHop News) If Drake isn’t in the booth dropping caustic sixteens he may be on the hardwood repping the Raptors. Yesterday (Jan. 31), the Canadian crooner joined Devlin and Leo Rautins as a guest commentator. Soon the “Jumpman” wordsmith would go on to joke that he could leave Rap.

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Earlier this month, it was confirmed that Drizzy will be the Canadian coach for the 2016 All-Star Celebrity Game. He would elaborate on his scheduled All-Star activities. “My parties look like the Raptors’ win streak right now. I got 10 or 11 going on,” boasted Champagne Papi.

Although it appears that Drake is enjoying Hip-Hop’s spotlight, the “Back to Back” MC stated he would consider making a transition from the studio to the sideline. “I’m telling you I can get used to this man. Rap’s not all it’s cracked up to be. Don’t let it fool you,” said Drake.

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Here’s the video:

Could Drake really step away from Hip-Hop for good?

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52 Responses to “Beef & Basketball: Drake Says He Could Leave Rap For New Gig (Video)”

  1. The Legendary Troll

    I believe it. Most of the time, the things you dream about usually turn out to be nothing like you thought they would be once you finally achieve them.

    • In Black America Radio

      all this time i thought he was acting like a rapper………….i mean he had a script soon as he entered the game. Hot 97 “freestyle”…………….Q Miller
      and he was asked which one would be more important for him to have a Oscar or a Grammy……..he said thats a hard one then said he rather have the oscar. dudes a actor…….

      • DreamBigLiveLarge

        u stupid. Im not discussing hip-hop with people who don’t know hip-hop. let this be a lesson learned before you go around sticking your nose in real hip-hop head’s business

      • El_Gringo

        you probably started listening to Hip-Hop 2 days ago, bro. If Meek is your golden standard then you are right, we have NOTHING to discuss lol.


      • STEPH

        Get a green card first LMAO! You better hurry up in case Trump get elected boy, or it’s a first class ticket to having pesos in your pocket again LMAO!

      • El_Gringo

        1. I was born in the Bronx, NY and lived in the States for almost 21 years of my life.

        2. I live in Puerto Rico, a territory of the U.S.A. bro.

        So yah, Trump or no Trump, I’m feeling pretty good about my status as a CITIZEN of OUR “Land of the Free, Home of the Brave” 🙂

      • disqus_lcLBazVyTd

        meek nor this dude isnt real hip hop back when real hip hop was out the nigga meek woulda been the drake come on now

  2. Nightmare

    How many of you remember rap/singers like Force MD’s, UTFO and Whistle ? Can’t really clown Drake if you don’t realize he’s in the same category.

  3. #Mr.Toadman AKA Toastman

    Never was a fan of this jew. The machine pushes whoever they fit desirable. And this goof is their meal ticket

  4. disqus_lcLBazVyTd

    the same people going at drake is the same niggaz saying cass to old to be battling meek … or the same people who said ar-ab cant mess with meek … theres a lot of dudes riding drake nuts but its ALOT worst for the meek stans

  5. jeffrey Jones

    Drake never was hiphop so the clown can not leave it either. Good luck in his new career and I hope I never have to listen to his garbage again.

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