Drake has officially upset the Milwaukee Bucks.
On Tuesday, Toronto-born rapper and Raptors super-fan Drake could be seen on television multiple times throughout the night making sure his voice was heard as he walked up and down the sidelines cheering for the home team and taunting the road team.
Drake jumped on every opportunity to call the attention of TNT cameras and social media to himself during the Raptors’ blowout win over the Milwaukee Bucks.
That became an issue with Mike Budenholzer, especially when Drake went as far as to standing up next to the scorer’s table to greet Raptors players as they walked off the court and even placing hands on Raptors coach Nick Nurse during game-play.
The Milwaukee Bucks head coach got in on the act during a conference call with reporters.
“There’s certainly no place for fans — or whatever Drake is for the Raptors — on the court,” Budenholzer said. “There’s boundaries and lines for a reason.”
Hate or love his comments, Budenholzer is 100% right. No regular fan would be allowed to do such things at any game ever. It seems as if Drake was given an inch and he clearly has taken a mile.