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[Look] Really Big Rings Where? Cavs' DJ Drags Drake on Instagram Following Raptors' Loss

[Look] Really Big Rings Where? Cavs' DJ Drags Drake on Instagram Following Raptors' Loss

Toronto caught the L in the worst way.

Published May 26th

Drake was definitely on his "Worst Behavior," trolling good friend LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers on Instagram after his Toronto Raptors knotted the Eastern Conference Finals at two games apiece Monday night.

But little did the 6 God know that the Cavs were out here looking for revenge all Game 5, scoring a 116-78 drubbing of the Raptors in Cleveland on Wednesday night to take a 3-2 series lead, firmly putting their feet on Toronto's neck.

After the thrashing, it was time for the Cavs' DJ, Steph Floss, to return the favor from earlier this week. He did just that, blasting Drake on IG, letting him know that King James has the Raptors right where he wants them — on the brink of elimination.

Floss's roasting of Drizzy on IG started with this:

Turn that 7 upside down, it's an L now! 🙃 🤐 🏒😦 @champagnepapi

A photo posted by DJ Steph Floss (@djstephfloss) on

And he was only warming up. Drake... where are those big rings, though?

"It's not your fault...naw, you know what, yes it is." 🤐🤐🤐🤐

A photo posted by DJ Steph Floss (@djstephfloss) on

3-2 You see how we rockin ✌🏾️👆🏾👌🏾

A photo posted by DJ Steph Floss (@djstephfloss) on

Sheesh. All Champagne Papi could do is admit his Raptors took the L in the worst way, while inviting the haters to pull up and hit him with as much thrash talk as their hearts desire. 

King James and the Cavs can wrap up the series with a Game 6 win in Toronto on Friday night — and our guess is they'll do just that, dropping the hammer on the Raptors.

Not the kind of Views you're gonna like, Drake... especially if All-Star shooting guard DeMar DeRozan leaves Toronto this summer. Just wait on it.

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Written by Mark Lelinwalla

(Photos from left: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for GQ, Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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