Drake Is Pissed at 'Rolling Stone' Now, Says He's Never Granting a Magazine Interview Again

It certainly won't be a snow day for Drake's publicist who's going to spend the rest of the day dialing back from comments Drake made on Twitter about his recent interview with Rolling Stone and being bumped off the cover for Philip Seymour Hoffman. "They also took my cover from me last minute and ran the issue. RIP to Phillip Seymour Hoffman. All respect due. But the press is evil," Drake said in a series of tweets Thursday morning.

Rolling Stone released a portion of the interview yesterday -- with Drake calling Macklemore "wack as fuck" -- but the full story won't be released until tomorrow. However, Rap Dose has gotten a hold of the whole thing and it seems that Macklemore isn't the only rapper Drake has opinions about. In the interview, Drake says of Kanye West's Yeezus: "There were some real questionable bars on there. Like that ‘Swaghili’ line? Come on, man. Fabolous wouldn’t say some shit like that." The problem is, Drake didn't think he was on the record at the time, and he's pissed about the quote making it into the interview.

He's also pissed about losing the cover of the issue, which went to Philip Seymour Hoffman after his death earlier this month.

Here is what the cover will look like when the magazine comes out Friday:

Rolling Stone memorializes Philip Seymour Hoffman in its newest issue.

In any case, expect Drake's team to go on the defensive soon, as putting down a beloved actor's death is not at all the sort of behavior that publicists encourage.

 

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  • sheikyerbouti
    sheikyerbouti

    I love how Wheelchair Jimmy thinks he can say the words, "all respect due" (whatever that means), and think it erases or excuses his colossally stupid fuckery.

  • laylamchan