- Drake got social media users talking when he posted a video wearing yellow and blue nail polish on his pages
- The popular rapper's fans dropped hilarious jokes when they came across the videos of their fav with coloured nails
- Many social media users said the God's Plan rapper should not wear nail polish while others said he looked hot
Grammy Award-winning rapper Drake is charting social media trends for all the wrong reasons. The star sparked reactions online after fans spotted him wearing nail polish.
Drake roasted for wearing yellow and blue nail polish in trending video
Drake shocked fans when he painted his nails with bright yellow nail polish. The rapper also had blue nail polish on his left pinky finger.
According to XXL, the Canadian rapper showed off his new manicure in a video shared on his favourite betting app, Stake on June 3 2023.
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The star, who is always in the media for his music or fashion surprised fans when he wore nail polish for the first time.
Drake's fans not feeling star's painted nails
Fans headed to Twitter to share their thoughts on the rapper's fashion accessory. Many admitted that they were not feeling the rapper's painted nails.
"The princess of rap is serving "
"Happy pride month from Drake to y’all."
"Pride month had a huge effect this year on mrs Drizzy ✨"
"The way he hand to clasp his hands and check his phone just to show his little gel manny."
"Lmao I got flashbacks to that YouTube boxing match with Bryce Hall."
Drake celebrates as DNA shows he's 30% Nigerian
Internationally famous Canadian rapper Aubrey Drake Graham, better known as Drake, has sparked reactions online with a recent revelation about his ancestry.
The rapper shared a clip on his Insta-story that had tickled the fancy of many of his Nigerian fans when he revealed that the DNA ancestry tests his father recently took showed that he was 30% Nigerian.
Drake noted that his dad, Dennis Graham, had sent him a screenshot of his DNA test that showed they were more Nigerian than any other race or tribe in the world.