Drake has a pretty good relationship with a lot of different athletes, but his back and forth with Golden State Warriors small forward Kevin Durant is probably one of the most enjoyable to follow. That's not just because the two are good at taking friendly jabs at one another, but because they genuinely seem to be fans of one another. KD is such a fan of Drizzy, in fact, that he showcases his appreciation of the Toronto rapper on his Instagram pretty frequently.
On his Instagram story Monday night, Durant shared two short clips of him rapping along to some 6 God deep-cuts. The first of which was the posthumous collaboration between him and the late Aaliyah "Enough Said," which was from a 40-produced Aaliyah project that was eventually canceled. The second was the leaked Beyoncé collaboration "Can I?," which finally saw the closest it's ever gotten to an official release when it was played on OVO Sound Radio earlier this year.
KD has never been shy about showing his love for Drake, even going so far to post a video of himself soundtracked by "Talk Up" from this year's Scorpion. Earlier this year, he talked extensively about his appreciation for the mammoth single "God's Plan," saying, “The song itself is great but the video gave it a whole new life and meaning, and I think it reminds people that there are a lot of ways you can make a difference in other people's lives.”
In 2016, KD called Drake his "favorite rapper," and ever since then they've had a highly entertaining rapport between them. With a game between the Golden State Warriors and Drake's beloved Toronto Raptors due to take place later this week on Thursday (Nov. 29), it's likely their support and playful roasts of each other will continue.