On Saturday night, Drake dropped two new songs, complete with a video. There's nothing special about either of the songs. I enjoyed them. However, the real story comes 1:15 into the first song:
"Baby mama fluke, but I love her for who she is"
That, of course, is in reference to Sophie Brussaux, Drake's baby mama.
I'm pretty sure that this is the mother of the baby that came to light during the Pusha T - Drake beef. I'm not sure if the "baby mama fluke" lyric means anything just outside of him saying that him having a kid with her wasn't planned. I'll have to ask our fans of rap for the answer on that.
What I do know is there's a significant bubble of Twitter that is not happy with Drake because of this lyric:
I mean….I get it? However, if we are going to enter an era where all baby mamas are respected by rappers then I don't want to hear ANYTHING about "bringing back the old days, when rap was rap." You can't have your top rapper writing a love song for his baby mama and then also calling for the days of Tupac and Biggie to come back. The two don't go hand in hand.