Drake Reveals He’s ‘Hurt’By Dad’s Claim That HeMade Up His Lyrics:

Drake is in his sentiments and it's about his father making claims that the 32-year-old rapper fronted that Dennis Graham was a truant dad in his melodies with the goal that it would "sell records." Drizzy posted an Instagram story on Oct. 8 that read, "Woke up today so hurt man. My dad will say anything to anybody that will hear him out. It's pitiful when family gets this way, yet what can we truly do that is the individuals we are left with." Drake included that, "Each bar I ever spit was reality and the fact of the matter is difficult for certain individuals to acknowledge.

He is by all accounts responding to his father going on Nick Cannon's Power 106.1FM morning appear on Oct. 1 and asserting that Drake made up a stressed association with his Memphis-living father while he was growing up with his mother in Toronto. Scratch said that he was "fascinated" by what is happening since his own dad "wasn't there the whole time. There was a lot of time that he wasn't anywhere near," when he was growing up and noticed that Drake appeared to have a similar circumstance, as it's been confirm in his tune verses.

"I had a discussion with Drake about that. I generally been with Drake," Dennis reacted. "I talk — I converse with him on the off chance that few out of every odd day, at that point each other day. We truly got into a profound discussion about that. I stated, 'Drake, for what reason would you say you are stating the majority of this distinctive stuff about me? Man, this isn't cool. He [said], 'Father, it sells records.' Uh-alright. Alright, well [we're] cool," he proceeded as Nick snickered and stated, "I wish my father was that understanding!"

Drake's folks separated from when he was five, and he remained living in Toronto with his mother Sandra while Dennis came back to his local Memphis. While Drizzy went through certain summers with his father from the get-go, they had constrained contact until the rapper's adulthood as Dennis did a few jail spells in Tennessee on medication related charges. Drake has made direct references to that in the tune "Look What You've Done" from his 2011 collection Take Care. The bars go, "And my dad living in Memphis now, he can't come along these lines/Over some minor charges and youngster support/That simply wasn't paid, damn/Boo-hoo, pitiful story — Black American father story.


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