Drake is one of the rappers that remains firm in the face of adversity, but when it comes to his son he never hesitates to lash out at those who criticize him. Fans are probably aware that Drake received some criticism directed toward his son, Adonis, to which he took action. Now, the wife of the troll wants Drake’s fans to “chill out with the hateful messages.”
Drake’s social media profiles have been in upheaval since he followed the wife of the man who trolled him. Drake made a message on Instagram about proud fathers who support their children’s efforts, but this wasn’t received well by one particular troll.
After Drake mentioned how excited he would be if his kid Adonis competed in a “rubix cube competition,” a man said, “Ya son prolly play with ghost writers.”
Drake then tracked down the man’s wife and slid into her DMs. While she was initially ecstatic with the attention, she later returned with a lengthy statement to clarify a few points for the public.
“I did not ask for any of this, if you actually know me, you know I am a very to myself individual. I did not make my husband troll anybody, I did not make Drake start following me, I did not make y’all start commenting or following, I am not looking to be or hoping to be any celebrity, I know this was all because of a random comment between two grown men, not me.”
The woman went on to claim that she understands that this would “blow over very fast,” and that she is a Drake fan. Her troll of a husband is not a fan of the 6 God. Then she asked Drake’s fans to chill out with the hateful messages.
“I am very happy with my husband please don’t get that confused. We have truly enjoyed this sh*t, it’s been hilarious. I am a grown ass woman. Chill out with the angry, hateful messages, I am unaffected, not responding and you are wasting your time and energy sending them to me.”
The debate appears to be going on for quite some time. The troll’s wife spoke her piece, and now fans will have to wait to see how Drake reacts to it. Stay tuned to Thirsty for more information.
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