NBA Players Are Some Of The Many People Mocking Drake’s New Album ‘Honestly, Nevermind’

NBA Players Making Fun Of Drake's New Album 'Honestly, Nevermind'

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  • Drake somewhat surprisingly released his new album ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ at midnight on Friday, June 17th just after the NBA Finals wrapped up.
  • The immediate response from fans is that it sounds like a mix of late 1980s breakup music and a ‘Night At The Roxbury’ vibe.
  • Some NBA players started clowning on ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ which is certain to catch Drake’s attention.

Drake has high hopes for his new album ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ when he announced a surprise release at midnight on Thursday night/Friday morning just after the NBA Finals. Then the album dropped and fans started tweeting about it, including a bunch of NBA players, and any hopes Drake had his album would be well-received probably flew out the window.

I actually threw Drake’s ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ on Spotify this morning and the first good track was ‘Sticky’, the seventh song on the album. Pretty much every song before that was getting skipped after about 45 seconds in. The whole album (so far) seemed to me like a mashed-up jumble of previous Drake songs without anything new.

Then I hopped on Twitter and saw that everyone was clowning on Drake’s new album ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ including a bunch of NBA Players. It started with a tweet from Bradley Beal and then began to snowball from there.

NBA Players Making Fun Of Drake’s New Album ‘Honestly, Nevermind’

RJ Hampton piles on:

Quentin Grimes of the Knicks adds his two cents about the Drake album:

Former Utah Jazz’s Miye Oni:


Regular fans/non-NBA players are also clowning on his new album…

Regardless of whether or not fans are roasting Drake’s new album ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ he’s still printing cash, setting records, and people are streaming it:

Drake also walked away with $652K+ last night after the Warriors won the NBA Championship:

I’d be pretty okay with everyone making fun of my album on Twitter if I was the #1 streaming artist on the planet right now AND just spiked a $652K bet last night.

As for Drake’s ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ every song I’ve heard so far aside from the 7th track sounds like lobby music I’d hear walking into a new hotel and never take notice of again. I’m not able to get a feel of who this actual album is for and when these tracks should be listened to.