Drake Turns Into The Sweetest Son Ever To Celebrate Mom's Birthday + Iggy Azalea Semi-Agrees With Macklemore’s “White Privilege II” Track
Drake trekked it home to Toronto to celebrate with his mom for her birthday. Check out their sweet mother-son moments inside….
After partying in L.A. last week, Drake jetted to Toronto just in time to celebrate his mother Sandi Graham’s birthday.
The 6ix God took his mom to his restaurant Fring’s that just launched a few months ago with superstar chef Susur Lee. (FYI – Remember when his then rumored girlfriend Serena Williams tagged along with his mom for the restaurant's opening?)
Drizzy’s love for his mom runs deep and he isn’t shy about showing it. So, it wasn’t surprising that he made sure to live it up for her born day. He gifted his mom a lovely floral two-tiered cake and there were plenty of fun times had by the birthday girl, her son and their family and friends. He posted the sweetest birthday message to his mother saying, "I do this all for you. Happy Birthday my angel."
Happy Birthday soon-to-be mom-in-law! We kid.
With Rihanna and Drizzy's new track "Work" playing in the background, Drizzy's uncle joined in on the fun and DABBED on 'em! Check it :
They partied hard until about 2AM when photogs saw his mom leave with a bevy of flowers. Fun times.
In music news, the Young Money rapper still hasn't released a date for his upcoming Views From The 6 LP, but he has been dropping clues all over his Instagram account sprinkling in studio pics with producer Noah "40" Shebib. Yesterday, the "Hotling Bling" rapper announced that he's hosting episode 14 of his Apple Music radio show "OVO Sound” today at 6 PM EST.
In other news...
Iggy Azalea is addressing Macklemore’s new track “White Privilege II” where he fires off a few shots at the Australian raptress.
Photogs caught with Iggy as she made her way through LAX and asked what she thought about the racially charged track. She actually said she agrees with most of it, but disagrees with the “bad stuff” he said about her. Of course.
When asked if she thinks white artists should borrow from black culture, she responded, “I think all culture takes from all culture. We’re so global now, I think it’s impossible for everybody not to take influence from everybody.” Hmph. Peep the clip above.
Photos: Pacific Coast News/Drake's IG