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Drake is entering a new era of music — and shenanigans.
The rapper-singer kicked off his 56-date It's All a Blur tour in Chicago — his first headline tour since 2018's Aubrey & the Three Migos outing.
But it's not just his music that's making the headlines. Drake, aka Aubrey Graham, has dropped shady Easter eggs throughout his return to the stage that has everyone thinking he's playfully dissing other artists.
A fan video recorded in Chicago showed Drake referencing Childish Gambino’s 2018 hit “This Is America," which was apparently a Drake diss. Gambino (real name Donald Glover) revealed to GQ the song’s origins "started as a Drake diss to be honest,” before including, “as, like, a funny way of doing it.” In response, Drake called the song "overrated and over-awarded" on a marquee.
Drake called This Is America “overrated and over awarded” at the first show of his tour after Childish Gambino said it was originally a Drake diss 👀 pic.twitter.com/A6UPfLQkhW
And now Drake might be coming for Taylor Swift after he shared a photo on Instagram congratulating her on the release of Speak Now (Taylor's Version).
He posted an Instagram story with the caption, "Congrats on the drop, sis. Dialed In," with someone who oddly looks like Taylor, and maybe it's not clear if he was joking or serious.
I can also see how someone could mistake his attempted joke as a possible diss since Drake famously posted another story that took an apparent jab at Taylor when he congratulated 21 Savage on their Hot 100 placements while intentionally blocking out her number one spot.
So, before you get too confused, I'm here to clear the air. The Taylor look-alike is actually Jamie Kitt Carson, who works at Three Dots and Dash in Chicago. Jamie was working during Drake's afterparty at the restaurant when the photo was taken.
After Drake's photo made its rounds on the internet, Jamie took to Twitter to confirm that it was, in fact, her and not the "Karma" singer standing next to Drake.