He's had the unfortunate reputation of bringing bad luck to athletes and sports teams.
But now that the curse — at least for now — is over, Drake didn't just celebrate the Toronto Raptors' historic win in the NBA on Friday by partying all throughout the night, he also dropped two new songs.
One is called "Omerta," while the other is a track featuring Rick Ross titled "Money in the Grave." Both were made available across all online platforms, including in Spotify below, this Saturday:
Of the Raptors' victory against the Golden State Warriors, which made the rap star's favorite team the first Canadian NBA champions, Drake said: "We did this off of heart. We did this off of love. We willed this into existence."
Of his infamous "curse," Drake also said: "They said I was a curse, now they cursing each other out."
Drake is known as a Raptors' superfan, with his courtside antics getting as much attention as the players during this playoffs.
He taunted opposing players, gave Nick Nurse a shoulder rub, and wore the Raptors' jersey of Stephen Curry's dad.
Unfortunately, he's also had the reputation of bringing bad luck to athletes, with one of the more recent "victims" of it being French football club PSG, and British boxer Anthony Joshua.