Drake is passionate about the Houston Astros. Recently, he celebrated Houston Appreciation Weekend and attended the Astros ball game too. In the capacity of an award-winning music artist, Drake commands respect in the United States.
As the Astros won the game, Drake was there to cheer them on to sweet victory. Let us not forget that Drake’s first show took place in Houston, Texas. So that explains much of his being a bully for the city.
Drake welcomed more than four dozen children and also hobnobbed with some of the players on the field. Later on, Drake said that Houston had always been dear to him and he held the city close to his heart.
He spoke of how he even sported a tattoo of the city’s name on his shoulder. He furthermore said that it was an absolute pleasure to be there on the special occasion that day.
“Houston is really important to me,” Drake said. “I have it tattooed on my skin and in my heart. That was a line I was working on, on the way here. I just want to let you to know that it means a lot for me to be here today.”
Meanwhile, recently Drake also got some unsolicited advice (or rather coaching lessons) from Vanessa Bayer. Vanessa is a regular fixture at SNL. Now, Drake is not an ordinary person.
He is a star rapper and musical genius in his own right. And not only is he famous in the United States but his songs may be heard throughout the world. In other words he is not the sort of person you would expect to welcome advice from Vanessa.
She however was adamant about giving him a piece of her mind on a segment of Sound Advice just some time back. Drake has all the talent and skills already in scads. He is not a baby and doesn’t need guidelines.
Since he has already learnt all the rules he can definitely break them as he pleases. The session in which Vanessa starts harassing him is a bit funny though. She is hardly much of a professional herself and does not have the qualifications necessary to be fit enough to talk to
Drake the way she does in Sound Advice. Maybe we all need to take a step back and look at our own behavior before we start criticizing or lecturing others.