Drake dropped his new project titled Scary Hours 2 EP this week, a follow up to his 2018 album. While fans had been anticipating his new studio album Certified Lover Boy, Drake dropped a single. However, along with fans, the Milwaukee Bucks also seemed excited about Drake's new song. The team tweeted about the same, only to get trolled by Toronto Raptors fans in response.
Lemon Pepper Freestyle. pic.twitter.com/eu9qCLyGz2— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) March 5, 2021
The Bucks simply wrote Lemon Pepper Freestyle in their tweet, while the video featured Giannis Antetokounmpo eating chicken. He is asked questions about his food, inquiring for details about when and how he was introduced to the dish. While Giannis answers, fans seemed interested in the caption, reminding the team about their issues with Drake – also the Toronto Raptors' 'global ambassador'.
There were reports about the team 'hating' Drake, who would roam free even though he was not an owner. Bucks fans even went and asked local stations to stop playing the Drake new album. Some asked him to go back and make "ear-bleeding horrible music". Bucks owner Wes Edens daughter Mallory also trolled Drake once, wearing a Pusha t-shirt. Drake had responded, changing his Instagram profile photo to Mallory.
Nah all they can listen to is “we’re going bonkers” they made their own bed— William Lou (@william_lou) March 5, 2021
wasnt your coach asking for Drake to be ejected in the playoffs? lmaooo— james (@jtmartins6) March 5, 2021
Didn't you guys ban Drake on your radio stations?— Alfie Selvaggi (@AlfieSelvaggi) March 5, 2021
Of course because they realize that disliking Drake is a character flaw😂— Rock $tar (@Spotless360_) March 5, 2021
With the Bucks new tweet, Raptors fans are determined to bring up the team (and their fans') hate for the Canadian star. One fan shared old article headlines, which included the one time the Bucks radio station banned his music during a Bucks-Raptors series. While fans have been irked with Drake's antics, Giannis had also addressed his dislike for Drake last February.
Other than the above-mentioned Lemon Pepper Freestyle (featuring Rick Ross), Drake's Scary Hours 2 has two other songs. The first is his solo What's Next, the other one being Wants and Needs, in collaborating Lil Baby. What's Next takes a look into Drake's 2020, and how he spent time during his quarantine.