Oh, poor Drake. He’ll never quite get there, will he? He’s made a career for himself post Wheelchair Jimmy as the “sensitive” rapper who manages to hang around with the likes of Rihanna and Nicki Minaj, so it’s not all bad new. However, one stigma that has always followed him around (in addition to basically being labeled a sissy by his fellow rappers/laughed at whenever he tries talking about “dropping bodies”) is his notorious thirst. Drake has never refuted his thirst levels – he very openly lusts after sexy famous women he has no chance of ever getting with, and that’s all fine and well.
Except lately he’s been sending DMs – that’s “direct messages”, for the un-hip – to porn star Mia Khalifa, trying to… well, I’m not sure what he was trying to do. Presumably, he wanted to sleep with her and was hoping his money and fame status (and maybe those recently “leaked” dick pics) would help him out in that way. Instead, it just made Mia do an interview in which she called out his weak flirting skills :(
From Mancave Daily:
Mia Khalifa, Pornhub’s No. 1 rated porn star, joined The Page Q Sports Show on WQAM Sunday night to talk about everything from her relatively new career as a porn star, to her bizarre hatred of cats, to the type of people who try to slide into those private messages on social media. Like, say, super famous rapper, Drake, for instance…
Mia was asked about which famous people have tried contacting her since she became famous. After appearing a little reluctant to divulge the information, she loosened up:
Host: How ’bout this. Give me a name it rhymes with.
Mia: Oh my god. Ummm. It rhymes with…”rake.”
And did Rake follow her on Twitter and creep through direct message all smooth, like most famous people? Of course not. He actually sent her a half-naked picture on Instagram, like a horny teenager. Because, of course Rake would do that.
She liked it, though, right?
“It was so cringeworthy. The whole thing was cringeworthy.”
LOL, oh dear. That’s not very good. When will Drake stop embarrassing himself? The answer is “probably never”, but we can hope.