Since signing with the Lakers, LeBron James has unveiled a multitude of media ventures. One of those, is a show on HBO called The Shop. Having chopped it up with the likes of Snoop Dogg, Victor Oladipo, Ben Simmons, and Mo Bamba, the king invited Drake to the shop to discuss a variety of topics—from fatherhood to the process of retiring at the right time.
The most memorable moments, though, came towards the end, when Drizzy opened up about his issues with Kanye West and Pusha T.
Holding nothing back, Drake takes a deep dive into his interactions with Kanye; all of which paint the picture of a (MAGA hat wearing) snake with foul intentions. Just peep the run down—which starts with the two connecting before the release of their respective projects.
“I ended up linking with Ye, and he sold me on this whole speech of like, ‘I’m in a great place, I’m making money, and I’m a father, and I wanna be Quincy Jones and help you, but in order to do that, you’ve gotta be transparent with me. And you gotta play me your music, and you gotta tell me when you’re dropping,” Drake starts. “And so I was in the studio, guess we all kind of felt a genuine vibe from it. So I play him my music, and I told him when I was dropping.”
While out in Wyoming, Drake not only says Kanye told him “Lift Yourself” could be his, but that he also played him “March 14,” the Scorpion closer that finds Drizzy going in depth about the existence of his child, Adonis, and the issues with his baby’s mother. You know, all the stuff Pusha T rapped about on “The Story of Adidon.”
“I spent all my time, pretty much working on his stuff,” Drake says. “And again, I left Wyoming with ‘Lift Yourself’ and a pat on the back. Alright, I’ll try to make the most of this and hopefully he sends some more things through. By the way, I’m in Wyoming, I play him ‘March 14’ I send him a picture of my son. I tell him I’m having trouble with my son’s mother. We…
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