Drake obliterated on social media for calling his baby momma a “fluke”

Drake obliterated on social media for calling his baby momma a “fluke”

- Drake found himself in some serious baby momma drama

- He recently dropped a track titled When To Say When and in it he called his baby momma a “fluke”

- While some fans tried to help him out, the shade was just too heavy - peeps had zero chill for this baby momma-shamer

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International rap sensation Drake has found himself in some baby momma drama. Fans tried to help him out but our boi dug himself a deep hole.

Drake has a son named Adonis, whom he had with artist, model and former porn star, Sophie Brussaux.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Drake called Sophie a “fluke” and social media went totally ape about it. For those who don’t know what a “fluke” is, it pretty much means you’re a mistake.

Drake dropped the “fluke” line in his new song titled When To Say When, during a verse in which he speaks about his baby momma - “Baby mama fluke, but I love her for who she is.”

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This came as a major shock as Drake and Sophie have kept their relationship and private life pretty low-key up until now. Before this, none of them ever had a bad word to say about one another.

Social media raged with comments on why Drake would have said that and how wrong it was of him, but there were also fans’ defending him, saying that it wasn’t all that bad and she probably deserved it.

Things got heated real fast!

In other Drake news, fans of Canadian rapper Drake were very excited about his supposed upcoming visit to South Africa.

It was reported that the superstar would be coming to Mzansi, Ghana and Nigeria. However, this is not happening. At least not now.

The website that started selling tickets to the bogus performance has since been shut down, Briefly.co.za gathered.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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