Drake is setting the record straight.
The 32-year-old’s father, Dennis Graham, recently appeared on Nick Cannon’s shut Conversations show on Power 106 and shared his thoughts on but his son portrays him through his music.
When Cannon asked the “Fake Love” rapper’s father concerning him and his son’s refined relationship, Graham said he felt Drake has sensationalized that side of his life.
“I have forever been with Drake. I talked to him if not daily, every different day which we have a tendency to extraordinarily got into a deep spoken language this,” Graham told Cannon throughout the interview, per XXL. “I said, ‘Drake why space unitasure} you voice communication all of this whole completely different stuff concerning Maine, man? this will be not cool.’ And he goes ‘Dad, it sells records.'”
While the interview materialized last weekday, Oct. 4, the city rapper barely had his father’s claims on social media today—and he doesn’t sound too happy.
“Woke up today thus hurt man. My father will say one thing to anyone that’s willing to concentrate to him. It’s sad once family gets like this but what is going to we have a tendency to truly try this is that the people we have a tendency to tend to stand live blamed…every bar I ever spit was the truth and additionally the reality is tough for a number of people to easily settle for,” Drake wrote on his Instagram Stories.