During the fifth game of the Eastern Conference Finals, Mallory Edens, the daughter of Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Wes Edens, decided to troll the “In My Feelings” rapper following his relentless courtside antics throughout the Bucks vs. Raptors semi-finals series.
Unlike the people who have spoken out about Drake’s courtside behavior before her, Mallory let her shirt do all of the talking as she wore a white tee with Pusha-T‘s face on it. As fans know, Drake and Pusha had quite the year-long beef after Pusha exposed Drake’s secret son in 2018. So, her shirt was definitely aimed at one person and one person only.
It didn’t take long for Drake to get wind of her Pusha merch, as he shared a photo of her in it to his Instagram Story with the caption, “All is fair in war and war and trust me I’ll still get you tickets to ovo fest.”
In Drake fashion, his trolling didn’t end there. He additionally followed Mallory on Instagram and changed his Instagram avatar to a photo from her page. #DrakeBeingDrake
Drake’s response to Mallory came a day after he responded to criticism about the way in which he supports his Toronto Raptors.
On Wednesday (May 22), Champagne Papi made it clear that he couldn’t care less about those slamming him for his animated courtside behavior, by captioning an Instagram photo of him mid-scream with a crying laughing emoji, a shrugging emoji, and a hilarious salt shaker emoji.
If that wasn’t enough to respond to critics who have slammed him for his “taunting,” “heckling,” and courtside “clowning” (like I said, animated behavior), Drake additionally liked a fan’s comment in support of his boisterous backing of his home team and shared it to his Instagram story. “Sports media needs to accept the simple rule the Miami Hurricanes signed into law back [in] the 80s: if you don’t want the opposing team to celebrate and dance, prevent them from scoring, winning, or achieving their objective. Get over it and keep it moving,” read the comment.
With the Raptors taking Game 5, we’re sure to get a few more Drake trolls/ courtside meme-worthy moments. Stay tuned.