Say what you want about Drake, but he's living his raps out here.
Stephen Curry recently confirmed just that, revealing that there's truth to a few of Drizzy's lyrics on "Summer Sixteen," including the line, "Golden State running practice at my house."
"That got some real-life aspect to it," Curry told TSN Tube. "Me and my brother-in-law — I was playing 1-on-1 with him at Drake's house."
There you have it. The Golden State Warriors' star and reigning NBA MVP added that some of his family and Drake and his boys were watching intently in "the stands."
During the interview with TSN Tube, Curry also mentioned his teammate Draymond Green being gassed after Drake name-dropped him earlier in the same verse, rhyming, "And I blame all my day ones/ You know Chubbs like Draymoooond/ You better not say nothing."
"He was hyped about that line," Curry said about Green. "He was like, 'I made it.'"
Who knows? Drizzy might have some bars loaded up in the vault in case the Warriors run off on that NBA championship twice come June.
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