Antetokounmpo needed some love, man. He finally got it on CLB. Drake finally used his name in a bar. But the reason he did it wasn’t because of his title, apparently. Instead, it was the challenge from a tweet. Twitter user Graydon Gordian knew what was good. After the Bucks won the title, he said Drake was already in the studio working on his Antetokounmpo bar.
NBA superstar LeBron James, Drake and Maverick Carter are set to executive produce Black Ice, a feature documentary about the game of hockey’s racial reckoning. The film from Uninterrupted Canada and The SpringHill Company, which was founded by James and business partner Carter, is about Black hockey players facing systemic racism in the sport and will be directed by Oscar nominee Hubert Davis.
The big question is, however, whether or not Burke truly has some type of relationship/friendship with the famous rapper. Burke herself addressed that exact query in a recent appearance on the Road Trippin’ podcast and while it may come as a disappointment for some, the truth is that they actually aren’t even friends. “No, not really,” Burke quickly responded when asked if she really had a friendship with Drake. “He’s quite kind. I’ve seen him in person like three times and we’ve exchanged a nice conversation.”