- World superstar Drake has tattoos of eight people who have influenced him in his life and his rap career
- The God's Plan hitmaker's tattoos include Lil Wayne, Aaliyah, his mother and father and his friend and producer
- Tweeps have shared mixed reactions on social media since pictures of the star's ink work surfaced online
Drake has faces of eight people who have influenced him the most tattooed on his back, including Lil Wayne and Aaliyah. The other six people inked on Drake's back are his mother, father, uncle, grandmother, his friend 40 and songstress Sade.
The rapper has been trending since pictures of his tattoos surfaced on social media. Tweeps have been sharing mixed reactions on Twitter regarding the superstar's tattooed body.
Some people have commended Drake for paying homage to those who have played a role in his career while some decided to troll him.
Below are some of the comments from Drake's fans.
"Drake tattoos just be all over the place..."
"If people would stop being so critical they would probably realise that these are the people Drake carries on his “back” because they always had his “back”! What’s significant to him means nothing to you."
"Maybe he’s letting a loved one practice their tattooing on him."
"Drake has 40 on his back definition of loyalty and friendship bond."
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In a related story about the renowned rapper Drake, Legit.ng reported that he got members of the internet community buzzing after he finally opened up about a part of his life that has remained hidden for so long.
The God's Plan crooner revealed the identity of his son to the whole world. The rapper who is known to have had a son a couple of years back did not talk about him until he confirmed his existence in a brief fling on his 2018 album Scorpion.
Drake finally decided to introduce his young boy and many found the little man cute! The doting dad shared snaps including portraits of him cuddling his two-year-old and posing with the child's mother, Sophie Brussaux.
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