Drake addressed it all through the use of some emojis, including one of a salt shaker.
Drizzy also took to his IG Stories to post a screenshot of a comment that supported his boisterous method of rooting for his home team of the Toronto Raptors.
"I don't know of any person attending the game that isn't a player or coach that has access to the court," Budenholzer said. "I don't know how much he's on the court. It sounds like you guys are saying a lot [...] There's certainly no place for fans—or whatever exactly is what Drake is for the Raptors—on the court. There's boundaries and lines for a reason. The league is pretty good about that."
Prior to that, Georgios Dimitropoulos, a senior executive at an agency that represents Giannis Antetokounmpo, took aim at Drake with a hypothetical situation. "Imagine a gig & an athlete on VIP seats, right next to the band, stands up on the stage just to show off during the entire game, knowing cameras are on him, occasionally even massaging the singer," Dimitropoulos wrote on Twitter. "Security&him both allow it. Never seen anything as disrespectful as this before..."