The party has started north of the border and Drake is in the thick of it, as the Toronto Raptors claimed their first NBA title with a hard-fought series win against the Golden State Warriors.
Drake, the Raptors’ ambassador and No. 1 fan, has been highly visible (or a total nuisance, depending on who you support) during the Raptors’ run to the championship, and he not hiding in the dark now that his team has won the Larry O’Brien trophy.
Footage shows Drizzy enjoying the afterglow of the win, draping himself in the Canadian flag, swigging champagne from the bottle and generally having a winning time.
Drake’s live reaction to Klay going down.
— ESPN (@espn) June 14, 2019
Drake can’t get enough champagne after the Raptors’ title win —
— The Crossover (@TheCrossover) June 14, 2019
Drake actin’ like he just walked off the court too —-pic.twitter.com/enCleTR1Ry
— XXL Magazine (@XXL) June 14, 2019
The “Hotline Bling” singer even managed a post-match interview. At times, he seemed almost stuck for words.
— Vibe Magazine (@VibeMagazine) June 14, 2019
Toronto, the first and only Canadian team to win the NBA title, claimed game 6 of the Finals series 114-110 against an injury-depleted Golden State Warriors lineup playing their final contest at Oracle Arena.
While he’s in a winning mood, Drake has promised to share two new songs tomorrow, “Omerta” and “Money In The Grave” featuring Rick Ross.