Drake is arguably the biggest superstar in the music world right now. He has won 99 music awards and has been nominated for 469 total. He has won three Grammy Awards to go with thirty-five total nominations. He has 37.5 million followers on Twitter to go with 42.7 million on Instagram.
And he reps Coach Cal and the Cats with the best of them.
He shouts out Kentucky in his songs, hangs out the team, regularly comes to Rupp Arena for major events, and even has a “Kentucky Blue” John Calipari Pack of his special edition OVO Jordan 8 shoes. He’s a Kentucky superfan.
Now, he’s giving us even more reason to love him.
Drake released his latest album, Scorpion, last night, where he called out Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinals in the song “Sandra’s Rose.”
“Louisville hush money for my young gunners,” the lyric reads. “Rick Pitino, I take them to strip clubs and casinos.”
So the Cats get “I need a girl from Kentucky” and “I rock Kentucky blue” in past songs, while the Cards get hush money and strip clubs.
Welcome back, Drake.
Louisville hush money for my young gunners
Rick Pitino, I take 'em to strip clubs and casinos pic.twitter.com/ubepGUSXHO
— #LouisvilleHushMoney (@DrewFranklinKSR) June 29, 2018