Drake continues to be the talk of the town after his latest album For All The Dogs. The record has been hotly debated by listeners and other celebrities in social media circles. One of those is Joe Budden and that is a whole other subplot around the LP's release. Now, we have another one surrounding Drake. However, this one includes Bad Bunny and Birdman. How did this all happen? Well, let us run down the details and background for you. As for some basic information, Bad Bunny made an appearance on For All The Dogs, teaming up with Drizzy for "Gently."
On top of that collaboration, they also brought the Latin summer vibes to "MIA," which came out back in 2018. That song and this latest one are a combination of Drake's label OVO, and Bunny's, Rimas Entertainment. However, Birdman firmly believes that Bunny has been with The Boy since the beginning. The Cash Money label leader chopped it up with Wack 100 about all sorts of things, one of which being Bunny and Drake's relationship.
Birdman Insists Bad Bunny Has Been Under Drake's Label
Throughout the clip provided by No Jumper, Birdman continues to claim that the Latin rapper and singer signed with OVO at the start of his career. "Bad Bunny already signed to Drake," he says. "Y'all just don't know it." This would be a true shock if this rings true. But, as of now, he is official with Rimas, separate from Drake, and neither has came out publicly to confirm Birdman's statement.
What are your initial thoughts on Birdman saying Bad Bunny has been signed under Drake's OVO label since his career began? Why do you believe he is saying this? Are Drake and Bad Bunny one of the best duos in modern rap right now? We want to hear what you have to say about all of this. With that in mind, be sure to leave all of your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below. Additionally, always keep it locked in with HNHH for all of the latest breaking news around Birdman, Drake, Bad Bunny, and the rest of of the music world.