Drake’s controversial courtside behaviour continued on Thursday.
The Canadian rapper was front row to watch the Toronto Raptors beat the Golden State Warriors in his beloved team’s first NBA Finals win and, as per usual, he made his opinions known.
Drake and Golden State player Draymond Green appeared to have some “trash” talking going at one point after the pair were spotted in a heated exchange.
Green, who is mentioned in Drake’s song “Summer Sixteen”, insisted at a press conference last week: “Drake can’t shoot. Nor can he pass. You ever seen Drake play basketball?”
Toronto Raptors reporter Josh Lewenberg later took to Twitter to share Green’s response, insisting he said: “It is what it is. He a fan, he talk. It gets more attention because he’s Drake.”
“So many people have complained about it, like ‘You don’t let other fans do that.’ Yeah, any other fan isn’t Drake, so he should be able to do that. That’s how the cookie crumbles.”
Drake also had fun with Warriors player Steph Curry during Game 1 on The Raptors’ home court. Not only did he wear a Dell Curry Raptors jersey to the game (Curry’s dad Dell played for the Raptors from 1999 to 2002), but he also made a hilarious post on Instagram.
The musician wrote, after he was caught on camera picking fuzz out of the player’s hair: “Steph Curry hair lint for sale on my eBay right now!!! username: DraymondShouldntWear23.”
There are actual listings on eBay with the apparent lint from the Warriors player’s hair now going for around $100,000. It hasn’t been confirmed to actually be the post Drake mentioned on his Instagram.
ET Canada has contacted Drake’s rep for comment.