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- An Old Drake Tweet Just Inspired The New "What Am I Gonna Do" Meme
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An Old Drake Tweet Just Inspired The New "What Am I Gonna Do" Meme
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You can help confirm this entry by contributing facts, media, and other evidence of notability and mutation. Say No? Online , the tweet, which contains the phrase, has been as the punch line to various jokes about things they would not deny. On May 17th, , Drake tweeted,  "What am I gonna do? Say no?
It begged the question: What could a half-black, half-Jewish Canadian know about Jamaica? As the Toronto-born child of a Jamaican mother and Trinidadian father, I grew up with Caribbean culture as a central part of my everyday life. In the s and '70s, when revised immigration laws made it easier for people of color to come to Canada, large numbers of West Indians made their way over and settled primarily in Toronto and its surrounding areas. My own grandmother, mother, and aunts all came for this exact reason, gravitating toward the growing communities that were already present when they arrived. Over the last few years, Drake has increasingly incorporated Jamaica and dancehall culture into his music and persona. Before his collaborations with artists like Popcaan, his social media feeds were peppered with patois phrases, dancehall lyrics, and homages to artists like Buju Banton and Vybz Kartel.
The song serves as the lead single from his debut album, Thank Me Later. The song is midtempo hip-hop featuring an orchestral backdrop and lyrically about an introduction to fame. The song received positive reviews, commending the lyrics among other content. It has peaked in the top twenty of the United States and Canada, becoming Drake's fourth consecutive top twenty hit in the U. It also charted within the top five on the U. The song's accompanying music video features Drake reflecting on an experience, and the struggle between his old life and the new. Several artists have made a freestyle over the track, including Eminem , Trey Songz , and Diggy Simmons , among others.
Raka Mukherjee News Drake has been all over the viral sections of news portals lately—first with the release of his album, Scorpion, then with people turning his song into inmyfeelingschallenge Kiki challenge , which involved people jumping out of moving cars. And now he's back in the spotlight again—for a meme. In , Drake had tweeted out an ambigious, "What am I gonna do? Say no?
Over the past week, a tweet from was resurfaced and turned into a super relatable meme. The moody tweet asks, "What am I gonna do? Say no? Is anyone surprised that the artist who croons, "Say you'll never ever leave from beside me" was subtweeting in ? Although we never found out who Drake was sulking about — although knowing him, it was probably Rihanna — the tweet stands strong six years later as the ultimate reaction to dealing with responsibility.
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