Drake Continues To Taunt Indiana Pacers From Courtside Seats


(AllHipHop News) Rappers across the game have notoriously flaunted court-side seats at big games during the NBA playoffs.

From Snoop to Rick Ross to Three 6 Mafia, rappers know a good view makes a big difference for the NBA game experience.

Now after a close game 5 between Drake’s Toronto Raptors and the Indiana Pacers, a clip is going viral of Drake taunting Rodney Stuckey of the Pacers.

At a pivotal moment in the game with just over seven minutes left, Rodney Stuckey fell to Drake’s feet and quickly got up holding the ball.

Drake, who is dubbed an official Toronto Raptors ambassador,  can then be seen clapping furiously behind Stuckey.

Stuckey didn’t turn around, but the fans have kept replaying it over and over, as the viral video of Drake taunting Stuckey has generated millions of views on YouTube, IG, Vine and other social media platforms.

In addition to taunting Stuckey, Drake had a special Instagram post for Paul George of the Pacers after the game captioned with, “I knew you were scared” and a smiley face.

 Drake IG Post

Despite Drake’s crying meme, Paul George had 39 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists making George the first player to have that scoring line since LeBron James in last year’s NBA Finals matchup against Golden State, this according to ESPN. 

In the past the NBA was rumored to have issues with Drake’s involvement with the Raptors, but they have yet to comment on this situation yet.

In 2014, the NBA denied reports that they asked the Toronto Raptors to remove Drake as its global ambassador following a $25k fine it incurred due to Drake’s “public recruiting” of Kevin Durant.

More on this if the NBA decides to chime in.