LOOK: Drake mocks Cavaliers after game 4 loss to Raptors | Inquirer Sports

LOOK: Drake mocks Cavaliers after game 4 loss to Raptors

/ 03:18 PM May 24, 2016

@Champagnepapi is up to his old antics again.

In a slew of Instagram posts on Tuesday, multi-awarded Grammy winner and Toronto Raptors’ global ambassador Drake mocked the defending Eastern Conference Champions, after suffering their second consecutive defeat in the hands of his hometown squad.

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His first victim was the king himself, LeBron James, whose dunk attempt was stifled by the Raps’ rebounding machine, Bismack Biyombo.

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Drake 1st photo

Screengrab from @champagnepapi’s Instagram page

‘Uncle Drew’ himself, Kyrie Irving was not spared from Drizzy’s mockery.

Drake 2nd photo

Screengrab from @champagnepapi’s Instagram page

The 29-year-old rapper also posted a photo of him high-fiving Kyle Lowry, who torched the Cavs with a game-high 35 markers.

The photo’s caption read, “ I’m about to go get FRY no Channing”—a direct jab towards the Cavs reserve big man, Channing Frye.

Drake 3rd photo

Screengrab from @champagnepapi’s Instagram page

Drake has had a history of mocking the Raptors’ postseason foes, starting with an image of Paul George with a tear in his eye during Toronto’s first-round matchup with the Indiana Pacers.

With the series tied at two a piece, the action-packed Raps-Cavs rivalry returns to Quicken Loans arena in Cleveland on Thursday. Khristian Ibarrola

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