Drake Embarrasses YK Osiris On Basketball Court – Then Trolls Him With ‘B2K’ Jab

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It’s no secret that Drake loves the game of basketball as he’s the global ambassador for the NBA’s Toronto Raptors and even has a full-length basketball court in his Toronto mansion. On Wednesday (September 29), Drake took his skills to the hardwood against YK Osiris, and the two seemed to give each other some work.

Drake was the first to put up a postgame highlight with a picture of YK Osiris looking beyond tired courtside. Akademiks later posted some footage on his page of the actual game showing Drake taking a few jumpers and bullying YK Osiris around in the paint.

“Zero games won face ass bye go home ur shit word to showtime and MK,” Drake wrote in his story of YK looking defeated. “We dog walked B2K Osiris on a light Wednesday run.”

 

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According to YK Osiris, though, the game went slightly differently than Drake is telling people. The Florida native took to his own Instagram Story and posted a video of himself stepping out of a car in pain but laughing at Drake’s claims he got washed. He shared another post saying Drake’s bodyguard Chubbs scored all their points.

 

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Drake has been playing a lot of his Hip Hop friends on the hardwood lately. Last week, Drake took on Tory Lanez in a game of 1-on-1, but the Certified Lover Boy showed he’s not that great at shooting jumpers. In the video shared on social media, Drake posts Tory up but loses his handle and shoots an airball from beyond the arc.

On Wednesday (September 29), Drake’s OVO clothing brand officially dropped its collaboration with the NBA as part of their Fall/Winter 2021 collection. Drake tapped Bobby Shmurda, Chief Keef and Drakeo The Ruler to model the collection that comes with various gear by the Los Angeles Lakers, Boston Celtics, New York Knicks, Miami Heat and the Toronto Raptors.