Drake's Dad Denies Being Absentee Father

Drake's Dad Denies Being Absentee Father

"Woke up today so hurt, man", the musician wrote. "I talked to him if not every day, every other day and we really got into a deep conversation about that", Dennis reportedly said in the interview.

While visiting Power 106's Nick Cannon Mornings radio show last Friday (Oct. 4), Nick Cannon asked about Graham's purportedly once-strained relationship with Drizzy.

"I always been with Drake", Graham refuted. "This is not cool", And he goes "Dad, it sells records".

Find his comments around the 5:18 mark in the video below.

But days after the interview aired, Drake has now responded to his father's claims about mistruths in his music and claimed "every bar I ever spit was the truth". The percussionist was on the cover of Drake's 2017 album "More Life", and he appeared in his 2013 music video for the song "Worst Behavior".

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Graham also claimed Drake admitted to fabricating lines about his dad back in June on the ItsTheReal podcast.

Drake has just responded to some serious accusations his father made about the truth - or lack thereof - behind his lyrics. "It's sad when family gets like this, but what can we really do".

Drake apparently didn't take too kindly to his dad questioning the validity of his lyrics alluding to Dennis Graham's "absence" from his life. "All he had was his mother".

The Grammy-winner has rapped about Graham's past alcoholism and being an absentee father on several occasions.

Oof. Let's hope that these two will be able to work out their issues soon.

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