Back in February, rumors began to swirl that Drake was planning on jumping ship from Jordan to adidas. According to multiple sources at the time, the rapper was in talks with adidas, despite working with Jordan Brand since 2013. Having been recently spotted wearing the three stripes, this added even more fuel to the fire. Now, Michael Jordan's son has decided to poke fun at the rumor, trolling Drake on Twitter.

Jordan responded to a tweet by @AlEewshah depicting a photo of a disappointed, courtside Drake at the recent Toronto Raptors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers game, where Drizzy's beloved Raptors lost for a second time in a row to the Cav in this year's semi-finals. Jordan clarified that there's "nothing confirmed" when it comes to Drake officially leaving Jumpman for adidas. Let us know what you think about his troll in the comments below.

Check out our recent episode of The Dropcast where we debate whether or not Drake should move over to adidas right here.

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