Drake banned on Milwaukee radio station as rapper’s curse continues
Milwaukee is taking drastic action to prevent the “Drake curse” from wreaking havoc on the Bucks’ playoff run.
Prior to Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Wednesday, Milwaukee radio station 103.7 Kiss-FM announced it would be eliminating the Toronto-bred rapper and Raptors fan from its playlists until the Raptors-Bucks series has ended, instituting the hashtag, #BreakFromDrake.
“NO MORE DRAKE ON KISS-FM. Oh – its a song that features Drake? Nope. Sorry. Byeee. We can’t take that chance,” Kiss-FM host Riggs posted Tuesday.
With the Bucks leading the series 1-0, following Wednesday’s 108-100 victory, Milwaukee isn’t taking chances when it comes to Drake, especially after the trash-talker extraordinaire reversed the so-called curse by wearing 76ers shorts in Game 7 of the semifinals between the Raptors and the Sixers. Kawhi Leonard’s game-winning shot propelled Toronto to the next round.
The Bucks are not alone. British boxer Anthony Joshua appears to be one of the latest victims as his June 1 fight against American Jarrell Miller was scrubbed as a result of failed drug tests, which Miller has contested.
Joshua, who originally captioned a photo of himself and Drake in March, “Bout to break the curse 🦉 #June1st,” doubled down on the curse’s existence during a recent appearance on “The Michael Kay Show.”
Joshua will now make his American fighting debut against Andy Ruiz on June 1.
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