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Drake’s father, Dennis Graham, shares his thoughts on the Metro Boomin, Future & Kendrick Lamar double teaming Drizzy campaign

Drakes, Father Dennis Graham, is implying that rappers like Kendrick Lamar and Future are now beefing with his son just to get more sales.

Dennis Graham with a hilarious post via on Instagram.

Drake's dad claims that the OVO's founder haters are only looking for a boost in sales.

On Monday (March 25), Drake's father hit up Instagram amid the many apparent issues Drake is having with other rappers. Graham seems to believe that Drizzy has become a target for those who wish to gain popularity in the music industry by putting his son in a negative light.

"Yo I am about to drop some new music and I am not sure if it's going to sell," Dennis Graham's tongue-in-cheek IG post reads below. "But I am going to call some of my homies and get them start a beef with Drake and get them to unfollow him and that's going make my s**t shoot up to number 1, I'm sure this is going to work so let me get some people on board for this and watch what kind of attention this gets!!!!!!!!!!!! I WILL BE NUMBER ONE 1Day!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

Check out what Dennis Graham has to say about rappers beefing with his son in the Instagram post below.


The ramped-up speculation surrounding the status of Drizzy Drake and Future's relationship comes after the release of Metro and Future's album We Don't Trust You. On the title track of the new album, Future had some bars for someone who fans think is Drake.

"You a n***a number one fan, dog / Sneak dissin', I don't understand, dog / Pillow talkin', actin' like a fed, dog," he raps. "I don't need another fake friend, dog / Can't be 'bout a ho, 'cause we sharin', dog / In you feelings, n***a, why you playin', dog?"

On the "Like That" track which features a Kendrick Lamar feature. In his verse he surprised fans by taking shots at both J. Cole and Drake which sparked a full weekends worth of rap discussion. Now, Drake's own dad has taken to Instagram to give his thoughts on those who try and call out his son.


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