Memes & Tweets About Drake's New Album 'Scorpion' Are Shook Over Whether He Really Has A Son
Move aside Cancers, Scorpio season has come early thanks in major part to Drake’s new album Scorpion. And as you probably know, with a new Drake album comes new memes. The artist has remained relatively silent about his upcoming project, forgoing regular promotions. Instead he’s opted for a more secretive, pop-up approach utilizing billboards and social media to the fullest. According to his fans on Twitter, it seemed to have paid off. Memes and tweets about Drake's new album Scorpion are absolutely shook over lyrics confirming, yes, the artist says he has a son.
Drake began teasing the Scorpion project in April when he posted a picture of himself wearing a jacket with the the word “scorpion” embroidered on it with “June Twenty Eighteen” underneath it. Later, he posted a picture of a diamond encrusted scorpion chain. The 25-track album will be the best of both worlds for Drake fans since it has both an A side and a B side, according to billboards promoting the album in his hometown of Toronto. On top of that, Drake worked with the likes of Jay-Z, Ty Dolla $ign, and producer Static Major. In fact, the album even features a posthumous Michael Jackson collaboration. But the biggest surprise of the album came on a song called "Emotionless" where the artist presumably admits that he has a son. Still, fans had their suspicions all along. Pusha-T was first to make the claim on his track "Adidon," when he broke the news that Drake was supposedly "hiding a child."
Following the release of Scorpion, Drake will embark on his Aubrey and the Three Amigos Tour with Migos in early July. Here's what Twitter thinks so far:
The Initial Reaction
If you think you just heard the entire world collectively gasp, you're right.
Let Me Just Make Sure I Heard Him Right
Looks like Champagne Papi is a Champagne Dadi
But Still ... Just Wow
Anyone else feel a little dizzy?
This is a consensus that I believe we've all reached.
The one line that stopped the world.
The Truth In It Though ...
I felt that line in my soul.
I Second These Emotions
I think we all can't help but feel a little betrayed.
Drake's Still Fire
Still doesn't change fans' opinion of his music.
Just Setting The Record Straight Here
Clearly, the people who love Drake's music are right behind him, no matter what Pusha-T has to say.
Now that Scorpion has officially been released, expect Twitter to keep buzzing about those "I wasn't hiding my kid from the world, I was hiding the world from my kid" lyrics, because whoa. That's going to take some time to settle in.