Drake’s courtside behaviour hasn’t been going down well with everybody.
The Canadian rapper has had everybody talking with his love of the Toronto Raptors and their recent success, but the band Smash Mouth took to Twitter to tell him to calm down at games.
Smash Mouth, whose home state is also home to the Warriors, who take on the Raptors on Friday, posted on their Twitter page, “When the ball is in-play sit the FCK down! That ain’t gonna fly in Oakland!”
They also insisted two of their bandmates were from Canada as they were asked if they were “enemies” by a Canadian social media user.
Rapper Classified then got involved, writing:
Smash Mouth weren’t the only ones calling out Drake, as Mallory Edens, daughter of Milwaukee Bucks owner Wes Edens, trolled him at the Raptors game Thursday.
Edens wore a T-shirt of his sworn enemy, Pusha T, in an apparent dig at the star.