The NBA has reportedly put Drake on notice.

According to ESPN, the league has warned the rapper about "the use of bad language" during Game 1 of the playoff series between the Toronto Raptors and Cleveland Cavaliers. Drake, who is also the global ambassador of the Raptors, was seen getting into a heated exchange with Cavs center Kendrick Perkins. Their first altercation went down during halftime, and continued shortly after the Cavs' 113-112 OT victory over the Raptors.

“I'm here to represent the Cleveland Cavaliers,” Perkins told ESPN. “At the end of the day, it isn't about Perk versus Drake; that doesn't even sound right. It's the Cleveland Cavaliers versus the Toronto Raptors. Besides, what could he possibly do to me? I mean, really. If he leaves me alone, I'll leave him alone, and that's all there is.”

The details about the warning, and potential repercussions, have not been revealed. But it’s safe to say Drizzy will be on his best behavior throughout the rest of the series.

Game 2 takes place tonight (May 3) in Toronto.