Drake Trolls Milwaukee Bucks' Coach Bud Over Complaints About Courtside Behavior

"There's boundaries and lines for a reason."

(AllHipHop News) The tit-for-tat between Toronto Raptors ambassador Drake and the city of Milwaukee continues to play out. A week ago, the 103.7 KISS-FM radio station announced its plan to ban any of the OVO star's music until the end of the Eastern Conference Finals.

The media battle heated up again after Drake's exuberant courtside show of support for the Raptors during Game 4. Drizzy was seen mocking Giannis Antetokounmpo for missing free throws and rubbing Raptors coach Nick Nurse‘s shoulders. Bucks head coach, Mike Budenholzer, took issue with Drake's behavior at the games.

"I see it in some timeouts, but I don't know of any person that's attending the game that isn't a participant in the game, a player or a coach, that has access to the court," said Budenholzer on a conference call. "I don't know how much he's on the court. It sounds like you guys are saying it's more than I realize."

Coach Bud continued, "There's certainly no place for fans - or whatever it is exactly that Drake is for the Toronto Raptors - to be on the court, there's boundaries and lines for a reason, and like I said, the league is usually pretty good at being on top of stuff like that."

Drake seemed to dismiss the complaints. Champagne Papi used his Instagram account to troll Budenholzer and the Bucks. The "God's Plan" rapper's IG Story included a screenshot of a comment he liked that advocated for the unofficial sports rule: "If you don't want the opposing team to celebrate and dance, prevent them from scoring, winning, or achieving their objective. Get over it and keep moving."

The Bucks and the Raptors are currently tied 2-2 in the ECF. The series returns to Milwaukee's Fiserv Forum for Game 5 on Thursday night at 8:30 pm. The teams then head back to Drake's hometown of Toronto on Saturday for Game 6.

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Drake does act a little too much like a 16 yr old cheerleader during these games


Uh, people do know that Drake is the official spokesman and ambassador to the Toronto Raptors, appointed BY the NBA, right? While going on the sidelines is extra, he's well within his right to do so given his position, as long as he doesn't impede on the game.