Rapper Drake has caused a social media frenzy since the Raptors celebrated winning the NBA Championship title that has even Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz chiming in.

To backtrack, the Toronto Raptors, Drake’s favorite and hometown team, defeated the Golden State Warriors in the 2019 NBA Finals.

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In honor of the win, Drake dropped two new songs “Omertà and “Money in the Grave” (featuring Rick Ross). It’s called The Best in the World Pack and you can listen to it down below.

In the song  “Omertà” drake raps about Benihana, the Japanese restaurant chain that is a favorite amongst rappers, and many people were mad.

In the song, Drake raps, “Vivid memory, can someone send me a real n***a interlude? To me, Benihana is pigeon food/This not a forgivin’ mood.”

Many people have chimed in on the rapper’s verse, including Wentz who defended the chain.

Does this mean Wentz is a die-hard Beinihana fan? The world may never know.

More Fall Out Boy news

A few days ago, Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz and Bebe Rexha teased an upcoming collab that we’re pretty excited about.

Bebe Rexha first sent fans wild by tweeting “Heaven Sent featuring @petewentz.”

Wentz quote tweeted it, with three looking glass emojis that just make us want to know more.

 

There’s not much else to say about the potential collab and when we might get to hear it, but we’ll keep you posted.

This isn’t the first time the two have worked together. They used to be in Black Cards, which were signed to Wentz’s labelback in 2010. However, FOB returned from a hiatus at the time, and the band ceased to exist. You can listen to one of their songs below.

As far as Fall Out Boy goes, there’s not much to report. Recently, the band was recently mixed up with  Panic! At The Disco as the answer to a Jeopardy! Question.

The question was worth $400 question in the “We Will Rock You” category.

Host Alex Trebek asked, “In 2018 this band ‘didn’t have a dime but I always had a vision, always had high, high hopes.’”

So when the contest should have answered “Who is Panic! At The Disco?” he answered “Who is Fall Out Boy?”

Oh no.

You can check out the hilarious footage below.

What do you think about Pete Wentz weighing in on the Drake drama? Sound off in the comments below!

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