Drake leads the celebrations in Canada, “Omertá” and “Money in the Grave” will arrive tomorrow to celebrate the Raptors’ victory over the Warriors
Drake is a Raptors ambassador and has been a courtside fixture at their home games over the years and he finally found a reason to celebrate.
The Canadian rapper is now celebrating the Raptors’ NBA championship by releasing new music this Friday.
With his favorite team winning a championship, fans wondered whether the well-documented “Drake curse” is finally dead and buried.
He will release two new songs tomorrow to celebrate his favorite team’s first NBA title. One is called “Omertá,” and the other is a Rick Ross-featuring track called “Money in the Grave.”
The rapper was seen going all out with fans at Jurassic Park Toronto after Game 6, celebrating the first NBA title in franchise history.
He also waved the Canadian flag, as the NBA title comes to The North for the first time in league history
After jumping up and down, hugging everyone, chugging champagne — he’s the Champagne Papi after all, the rapper announced he’s dropping new music Friday
In an Instagram post shortly after the game, Drake posted a photo of an NBA championship trophy along with the words, “Omerta” and “Money in the Grave” featuring Rick Ross.
Drake curse is finally dead and buried
Drake “cursed” a number of players while on tour in Europe this year, prompting football club Roma to jokingly ban its players from taking photos with him in April.
Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang attended a Drake concert in London three days before his team lost its Premier League game against Everton.
Manchester United also became a victim of the rapper’s jinx, losing in the FA Cup shortly after its players posed for pictures with him.
UFC’s Conor McGregor lost a crucial fight after he hung out with him.