Siri is giving out hilarious responses when asked about Drake right now

Jun 29 2018, 10:10 pm

After teasing us with Nice for What, God’s Plan, and I’m Upset, Drake has officially dropped his fifth solo album Scorpion, which is easily one of the most anticipated albums of the year.

The double album dives into the rapper’s personal life, as he addresses a number of rumors that have been circulating about him in the past few months.

But for those questions that the Toronto rapper doesn’t answer, you may want to try asking Siri.

In honour of Scorpion, you can ask Siri about Drake, and while Siri might not confirm who Drake’s baby momma is, the responses are entertaining none the less.

For example, you can ask Siri what Drake’s nickname is, and you know he goes by more than one.

Some of the answers you might hear include:

  • Drizzy
  • Drizzy Drake
  • Champagne Papi
  • Aubz
  • 6Man
  • 6God
  • Drake Drizzy Rodgers
  • Drizzy Drake Rodgers
  • Young Papito
  • Frostbite Drizzy
  • The Lebron James Of This Rap Game
  • Heartbreak Drake
  • October’s Very Own
  • Drizzy Hendrix
  • ’91 Dan Marino
  • Shopping Bag Drizzy
  • Mr CTV
  • The Reason Why You Always Getting Faded
  • Francisco Mandarin
  • The Chris Paul Of This Fall

The pool of answers is randomized,  the trick is for users to ask the question repeatedly, and they’ll get different responses.

Throughout the 25 songs, Drake gives insight into his life, including hinting about a former romance with the Weeknd’s ex Bella Hadid to getting punched by Diddy.

However, the biggest bombshell is the Toronto-born rapper confirming he has a son, which was previously exposed by Pusha-T on his diss track The Story of Adidon.

On Scorpion, Drake confirms the claim on his track Emotionless, with a correction, “I wasn’t hiding my kid from the world, I was hiding the world from my kid.”

We won’t reveal any more about the album, which features vocals from Michael Jackson, Jay-Z, Static Major and Ty Dolla $ign, you can check it out for yourself.

Drake’s Scorpion is now live on Apple Music. You can check it out here.

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