Remember that time Porhnub searches for Drake’s alleged baby mama soared after “The Story of Adidon” went viral? Well, this week’s roundup was rife with such allegations following the official release of the rapper’s new studio album, ‘Scorpion’.

With nothing having escaped the satrirical rath of our loyal readership, with shade being thrown left, right, and centre, this week’s roundup of hilarious reader comments knocked many down a peg or two, and gave some a long-overdue reality check. Next to the confirmation of a How High sequel sending the world’s stoner community into jubilation, and Pornhub adding subtitles to its “visual offering” for deaf & hard-of-hearing viewers, our readership got down to business and left no comical stone unturned.

Below you’ll find a roundup of our favorite comments, sourced from both Facebook and our very own website. Be sure to keep the funny, interesting, and bizarre comments coming, and in the meantime check out this week’s finest below.

Please keep in mind these comments are meant to be taken as jokes and are only highlighted for the comedic effect they offer.

Stairway to boredom

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10. “A “Tour of Tokyo?” He is literally just laying on a staircase and playing with Monopoly money in front of a G-Star store in Harajuku." - DrBauhausDonDada (Source: Highsnobiety)

The haunting truth

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9. “Chains on everything, so we out there looking like The Ghost of Christmas Past?” — Kevin K. Johnson (Source: Facebook)


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8. “Look, I’m Virgil!” — Andrew Garcia (Source: Facebook)

Come on guys, get it right

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7. “It has the vibe of a Soviet-era public school bathroom!” — Delian Stefanov (Source: Facebook)

Prime Texan beef

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6.  “Must be a New Orleans thing, because you don't see nobody wearing that s*** in South Texas.” — Rick Trevino (Source: Facebook)

Time moves slow in stoner town

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5.  “According to stoner time it’s only been a year or so since the first one. Perfect timing!” — Adam Wehri (Source: Facebook)

Thomas has had enough

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4.  “2018 is the worst.” — Thomas J Luscombe (Source: Facebook)

From zero to gang bang real quick

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3. “Finally, I can go mute and still know how a construction site escalated into a gang bang.” — My Chu (Source: Facebook)

It’s “Peak”

Original Post: Drake Confirms He Has a Son & Opens up About Being a Parent on ‘Scorpion’

2. “Pusha T really changed this whole man’s personal life.” — Emeka Eze (Source: Facebook)

Thansal and Pusha on the same team

Original Post: Twitter Can’t Handle the Feels on Drake’s New Album ‘Scorpion’

1. In response to the “‘Do not Drake and Drive tonight you may end up at your exes house.’” - “You may even end up finding out you have a son.” — Thansal Abdul Basheer (Source: Facebook)

And for a little more Drake drama to spice up your Sunday, Lil B’s producer claims the rapper unrightfully used one of his beats on ‘Scorpion’.

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