Drake Calls Out Popcaan For This Statement

Drake finally got his moment to call out his close friend Popcaan for a "suspicious" statement. Details inside!
Drake Calls Out Popcaan Over This Statement

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has called out his close friend, , for a statement, the Dancehall artist said on social media.

The Jamaican entertainer got a taste of his own medicine when the Canadian rapper issued a “Y” for a recent Instagram post by the “Stray Dog” deejay.

The “Y” movement, which highlights double entendre statements, was started by Popcaan and his Unruly entourage.

Taking to Instagram, Popcaan complained about a pimple that appeared on his face.

“Weh deh big bump yah forward from in a man face dawg, is Suriname bump this?,” he questioned.

His comment was enough for Drake to charged in on the comment section.

“Yyyyyy fi fwd pon man face,” he asserted to which Popcan replied, “Trouble 😂😂😂😂.”

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Earlier this month, Popcaan officially signed to Drake’s OVO label, according to reports. During a performance at Unruly Fest, last year in Jamaica, Drake announced that Popcaan would officially become an OVO member of his label, OVO Sound.

“This is something we’ve been working on for a very long time, and I just wanna let everyone know that finally, officially 2019, Popcaan a sign to OVO label,” Drizzy stated on the stage.

During a 2015 interview on 96.1WEFM, Popcaan explained his relationship with OVO and how Drake found out about his music.

“OVO is straight up family because Drake was the one that said OVO Unruly,” Popcaan explained.

“Drake has me as Drizzy Drake in Jamaica. So when I view Drake as a young youth that is doing well in the game it’s the same way I view myself also. A lot of my friends from Canada was around Drake was always telling Drake about my music.”

Popcaan previously collaborated with Drake on the 2016 single “Controlla,” and with the signing, the artist also joins dvsn, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Majid Jordan and others as part of OVO Sound, a Toronto-based record label founded by with Oliver El-Khatib, and long-time producer Noah ’40’ Shebib in 2012. OVO Sound operates as a subsidiary of, and is distributed through Warner Music Group’s Warner Bros Records.

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