You've got to hand it to Drake, he usually knows how to take a joke, and he knows how to dish them out as well.

The 6God typically isn't one to shy away from social media altercation, so when Mallory Edens - the daughter of Milwaukee Bucks owner Wes Edens - trolled Drizzy by wearing a shirt with the image of Pusha T (Pusha tee?) during Game Five of the Eastern Conference Finals of the 2019 NBA Playoffs, Drake hit back in typical Drake fashion. The Raptors went on to win the game, and you can see the shirt in question below.

In a now deleted post, the Raptors ambassador posted an image of Edens in his Instagram story with the caption "All is fair in war and war and trust me I'll still get you tickets to ovo fest." He then went one step further changing his Instagram profile picture to a photograph of Edens. At the time of publishing, Drake has since changed his profile picture back to an image of the OVO owl logo. Pusha T previously delivered several personal attacks at Drake in a diss track called “The Story of Adidon” in May 2018.

With one game left in the Eastern Conference Finals, we'll have to wait until Monday, May 27 to see how things progress between the Raptors and Bucks, as well as Drake and Edens.

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