Drake Has A Song On His New Album Where He Calls Himself A Lesbian, And People Are Calling Him Out For It

    "Girls Want Girls" is decidedly not a fan favorite.

    As you've no doubt heard, Drake dropped a new album on Sept. 3 called Certified Lover Boy.

    Drake pointing with both hands onstage

    Though the album opened at No. 1 on Billboard's chart, not everyone is feeling the third track, "Girls Want Girls," featuring Lil Baby.

    Drake performing onstage

    In the song, the rapper refers to himself as a lesbian — and people are calling him out for fetishizing queer sexuality.

    Drake wearing a knit hat and hoodie near a car

    Here are some lines in the song: "Please bring your girlfriend along with you," "She like eating pussy, I'm like, ‘Me too,'" and "Yeah, say that you a lesbian, girl, me too / Ayy, girls want girls where I’m from / Wait, woah, yeah, girls want girls."

    Close-up of Drake at the microphone and wearing a large chain necklace

    Fans are in agreement that these lyrics are just all-around problematic.

    When Drake said “Said that you a lesbian, girl me too”

    Twitter: @DerrickAshimwe

    "[Y]ou know what the SECOND i saw that there was a song called ‘girls want girls’ on the tracklist i KNEW it was going to be either 1. lesbophobic or 2. fetishising sapphics," wrote another fan. "fuck drake!!!!!!!!"

    you know what the SECOND i saw that there was a song called ‘girls want girls’ on the tracklist i KNEW it was going to be either 1. lesbophobic or 2. fetishising sapphics. fuck drake!!!!!!!!

    Twitter: @foreverwintcr

    This is also not the first time Drake has been called out for problematic behavior on Certified Lover Boy, on which he credits R. Kelly — who is currently on trial for sex trafficking and racketeering and faces allegations of sexual abuse against multiple women — as a co-lyricist on the track "TSU."

    R. Kelly

    None of this is a good look. Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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