Drake Addresses Dad’s Claims That His Lyrics Are Lies

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"Woke up today so hurt man", the rapper wrote on an Instagram Story posted on Tuesday. Adding, "My father will say anything to anyone that's willing to listen to him". I talk to him, if not every day. In response, Graham said Drake had been making these claims to help his own record sales. Dennis was a guest on Nick Cannon's morning show on Power 106 LA on Friday (Oct. 4) where he was asked about his relationship with his son.

He alleged: "I always been with Drake. This is not cool.' And he goes, 'Dad, it sells records.' And I said, 'OK, well cool'".

Find his comments around the 5:18 mark in the video below. Drake released Views in 2016, which was also a massive hit, in addition to More Life, a mixed tape that came out a year later.

"It's sad when family gets like this but what can we really do that's the people we are stuck with", he continued.

Graham said "I had a conversation with Drake about that". We've got some of those reactions below. In a new interview with Nick Cannon, Graham alleges that Drake admitted to him that the deadbeat dad schtick is one that's filled his pockets.

On Twitter, the chatter regarding Dennis Graham saying Drake was lying about his father being absent for clout has been going strong since the news broke.

As of writing, Graham has not responded to his son's note. Between ages 1-5. His father wasn't in his life during his pre teen/teenage years.

Oof. Let's hope that these two will be able to work out their issues soon.



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