Drake is the Toronto Raptors global ambassador and he has paid for a giant billboard in Los Angeles to promote his OVO clothing brand and his home country of Canada. The billboard says, let’s all get along like they do in canada.
Drake has been the official global ambassador for the Toronto Raptors since 2013 and he is becoming the unofficial global ambassador for the entire country of Canada.
Drake is back in the news again for a giant billboard in Los Angeles that features his OVO clothing brand logo.
According to reports, Drake bought the billboard that says, “let’s all get along like they do in canada.”
The online reaction to the billboard in LA ranges from happiness to annoyance because of the grammatical errors on the billboard.
The word canada wasn’t capitalized to Canada.
Some have also questioned the timing of the billboard based on the recent political events that are happening in the United States.
This isn’t the first time that Drake has paid for a billboard in LA.
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Back in 2016, he used a billboard to send his congratulations to singer Rihanna for receiving the Video Vanguard Award at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Drake and Rihanna have recorded several hit songs together including the 2011 hit Take Care.
Take Care was the title track from the album of the same name that went on to win the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album at the 2012 Grammys.
They also had a duet called Too Good on his latest album Views.
Drake has also purchased various billboards in downtown Toronto to promote his 2016 release of his album Views.
Views went on to be the No. 1 album of 2016 after spending 13 weeks in the top spot on the Billboard charts.