Spotify recently sent Drake a large plaque to celebrate “In My Feelings” off of Scorpion being streamed over 1 billion times. And in true Champagne Papi fashion, Drizzy marked the monumental achievement with some clout-chasing antics.

Taking to Instagram, the rapper showed off his new plaque and the interesting way he chose to induct it into his growing collection of awards. In the video, Drake eats a large portion of pasta out of the silver-tone Spotify logo in the center of the plaque.

This isn't the first time Drake has satiated his dietary needs with one of his awards. "We drank out of Grammys now you need a BILL to eat off the plate," he wrote in the caption.

Watch Drake's bizarre flex below.

Like with any Drake antic, fans on social media once again had a lot to say. Many demanded the rapper stop eating out of his awards and finally drop the album he's been teasing. Scroll down to see how people are reacting to Drizzy's glorified pasta bowl. Spotify right now: pic.twitter.com/5I7I3EYE10 — 𝗙ɪᴠᴇ ɴɪɴᴇ 🏴‍☠️ (@BoltzBlazersFan) September 6, 2020

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