Today, Drake posted a photo wearing Lebron James St. Vincent–St. Mary High School basketball jersey. Unfortunately, ESPN's Jovan Buha noticed the #35 and #30 tattooed on his arm with some sort of words beneath it.
I might be trippin, but I think Drake tattooed Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant’s numbers (and possibly last names) on his left arm: pic.twitter.com/knITeOuJrd— Jovan Buha (@jovanbuha) January 9, 2018
This of course sparked a twitter debate on whether or not Drake actually got their Steph Curry and Kevin Durant's name and number tattooed on his arm. Shortly later, it was confirmed by ESPN's Nick Depaul that indeed, Drake has "30 Gifted" & "35 Snipe."
Yep. "30 Gifted" & "35 Snipe." He got the Steph one first and added KD later.— Nick DePaula (@NickDePaula) January 10, 2018
He definitely started his bromance with Steph, so it makes sense why he got Steph first. But now that we have confirmation, is it ok to tattoo your friends nicknames on your body? Ironically, with Drake being a brand ambassador for the Toronto Raptors, you would think he would have gotten DeMar DeRozan or Kyle Lowry first.