It’s basic: if Drake wears any jersey and models for a photograph with a competitor or in any capacity seems, by all accounts, to be supporting a specific group or individual, that group or individual will proceed to lose, frequently against the chances.
After Drake shot for a photograph with Layvin Kurzawa from the French football monster Paris Saint-Germain, they lost their next match 5-1. It was their most noticeably awful destruction in about two decades. The UFC warrior Connor McGregor lost his battle to Khabib Nurmagomedov after he snapped a picture with Drake. The Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero met Drake and after that missed a crucial penalty in a Champions League game. Truly, the rundown continues forever.
The most recent unfortunate casualty was Anthony Joshua, the (presently previous) heavyweight champion fighter. Going into his last battle Joshua was the staggering top pick. His rival, Andy Ruiz Jr, was an 11-1 dark horse, and Joshua was an undefeated genius. So sure was Joshua that before the battle he tweeted a photograph of himself with Drake alongside the inscription: “Session to break the curse.”He lost the uneven battle in the seventh round in the wake of getting thumped down multiple times.
You could even read the jacket he was wearing as Drake recognizing the revile’s capacity, and bridling it for his very own utilization. Kevin is a reference to Kevin Durant, the Golden State Warriors star who has missed the initial two rounds of the NBA finals. It’s likewise, clearly, Culkin, who played Kevin McCallister in Home Alone. Perhaps Drake is endeavoring to coordinate the revile’s capacity towards the Warriors. There is a point of reference for this. Drake was seen wearing some Philadelphia 76ers shorts when the Raptors were playing them during the NBA’s eastern gathering elimination rounds. It’s almost certain, however, that Drake is simply being a troll.