I simply can't believe how Drake is getting clowned for sending his security team to handle his light work.
I'll admit, sometimes Drake makes it easy for people clown him. He wears Bill Cosby sweaters in 2012 and his hand shake move is hilarious. People can joke about many things, but never his flow though and certainly not tattoo-gate, that was a boss move.
So if you don't know, Drizzy sent his security team to go and handle a mouthy tattoo artist who tattooed Drake's name on a fan's head. Drake wasn't too pleased that the artist would actually do something so stupid for money, so he said he was going to f*ck the tattoo artist up when he saw him.
Now sure, real G's move in silence like lasagna, but Drake should never be confused with a real G. Now with that said, no star should ever lay hands on an enemy. That's what their security teams are for.
If a certain Southern rapper had followed that model, he would never have spent a year and a day in jail for gun charges.
If a Miami boss had followed that model, he never would have had to shell out $300K to a blogger with an online TV site.
I guess the point I'm trying to make is, gangster behavior is for gangsters, not rappers. If you're a rapper rapping about blowing $40K on a vacation, you should have $40K to pay someone to do your dirty work.
If you believe anything a rapper is rapping about, then I have a beach house I want sell you in Idaho. I just feel like all the people clowning Drake for being soft, will be the same ones calling him stupid if he sucker punched the tattoo artist like Mayweather did Ortiz.
For years rap has been wrestling, it's not real. Drake isn't a goon, and Al Pacino isn't really Scarface. Idris Elba isn't really Stringer Bell and we shouldn't expect any rapper to be gangsta!
Gangsta rappers get shot, locked up and become irrelevant in two years. So please think before you start dissing Drizzy.
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