Drake’s FaceTime Interrupts Raptors Press Conference

Toronto rap star Drake isn’t going to let the COVID restrictions of this NBA season keep him away from his hometown Raptors squad. During a recent post-game press conference for Raptors star Kyle Lowry, the Grammy-winning artist made a surprise appearance.

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Drake Crashes Kyle Lowry’s Post-Game Interview

The Raptors are playing their home games in Tampa, Fla., this season due to Canada’s stricter COVID guidelines. After a “home” win over the Denver Nuggets on Wednesday, All-Star guard Kyle Lowry was being interviewed when he was interrupted by a FaceTime from Drake.

@kyle_lowry7 answered a FaceTime from @champagnepapi during his post-game presser. ?

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Drake’s Devastated To Hear About LaMelo Ball’s Injury

Drizzy knows what it’s like to be sidelined by an injury. When news broke recently that NBA rookie sensation LaMelo Ball would likely miss the rest of the season with a fractured wrist, the 6 God showed his support for the Charlotte Hornets point guard.

LaMelo Ball is expected to miss the rest of the season with fractured right wrist

“???” -Drake

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Drake is devastated by LaMelo Ball’s season-ending injury.

Drake Reached Out To Injured NFL Stars

During this past NFL season, the OVO Sound boss reached out to superstars Odell Beckham Jr., Saquon Barkley and Joe Burrow — each of whom had suffered the same torn ACL knee injury that previously put Drizzy (and his album) on the shelf. The 6 God posted a video of himself on Instagram Story walking while adding some encouragement for his NFL buddies.

“SOME CONFIDENT STEPS at 5 WEEKS hope all of you are healing up well”

The 6 God’s Working On Music From Bed

The bum knee didn’t keep Drake from working, though. He took to his Instagram page to deliver some must-see shots of himself rested up in a massive bed surrounded by studio equipment.

“Hold my head high with two dry eyes”