If there's one thing you should know about Drake, it's that he's sad. If there are two things you should know about Drake, it's that he's sad and that he was on Degrassi. But if there are three things you should know about Drake, it's that he's sad, he was on Degrassi, and that he is a huge fan of late R&B star Aaliyah. It's true! Drake has name-dropped Aaliyah countless times in his career, and even has a tattoo of her face on his back. It's touching, really.
But did you know, that with the addition of a few simple consonants, you can change each of Drake's Aaliyah shout-outs so that they're about ultraconservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia? And guess what—it makes every Drake song better. Check it out:
"We'll Be Fine" sees a Republican Drake from the future visiting DC and mourning the loss of his favorite Justice:
In the Presidential -- do you like your new room?
Always presidential and tonight's no blue moon
Since I saw Scalia's precious life go too soon
He deserve the credit for how I'm about to get it
While Kendrick's verse on "Buried Alive (Interlude)" tells the story of Lamar v. Graham, a controversial 8-1 Supreme Court decision:
Sat down with a few drinks, located where you can’t see us
A white waitress on standby when we need her
A black Maybach, 40 pulled up Jeep
No doors all that nigga was missing was Scalia
And now, about that tattoo...
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"I am a white supremacist. The Aryan Nation will rule the world!"
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The viral video of the incident opens with a belligerent Schock, half-naked, shouting at the staff of Pop's Sunset Grille to "call Donald Trump, he's gonna come get me out of prison." It's not evident what sparked the confrontation—whether Schock was refusing to wear a mask in the popular open-air venue, or simply wanted to strip naked. Whatever the case, Schock was seemingly convinced that Donald Trump would have his back in the ordeal.