Fans of Drake know that that Canadian superstar is a huge Toronto Raptors fan and team ambassador, and his passion for the squad was on display Tuesday night. Drake, who holds the position as the Raptors' Global Ambassador, chose to defend one of his "co-workers", Toronto center Serge Ibaka, after overhearing Perkins antagonizing him.
Check out footage of Drake and Kendrick Perkins arguing below.
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Suffice to say, while his music might not be playing at The Q, Drake's presence looms large over the Cavs' ongoing series. The rap star and the semi-retired post player had to be separated after jawing at each other on the floor post-game.
Perkins was trash-talking his former teammate Serge Ibaka, according to ESPN.
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ESPN reports that the "Nice for What" rapper, 31, and the National Basketball Association star, 33, went head-to-head on Tuesday, May 1, during halftime at Game 1 after Perkins was allegedly bashing former teammate Serge Ibaka.
"I'm fine. What's he going to do?"
"He said something slick so I said something back: 'Sit your ass down and watch the game'". "I'm here in real life", he said.
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