The NBA has warned Raptors mega-fan Drake about "the use of bad language" after the rapper and Cleveland's Kendrick Perkins traded angry words during Game 1 of the teams' playoff series, a league source told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Canadian rapper Drake has been asked to tone down his behaviour after getting into an argument with Kendrick Perkins.
The Raptors, who have named Drake a global ambassador for the team, also discussed the matter with Drake, according to the official who requested anonymity because of the nature of the matter. Because of that, both the league and the Raptors talked to Drake about the situation with Perkins.
Drake normally engages in good-natured banter with opposing players and has been seen smiling while addressing Cleveland star LeBron James. Drake later wrote on Instagram: "I just said I liked the hem on his capris".
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"At the end of the day, it isn't about Perk versus Drake; that doesn't even sound right", Perkins told ESPN of the warning. The second happened after the Cavaliers narrowly defeated the Raptors 113-112.
Perkins, who was not suited up for the game, fired back at Drake with the pair being separated by security.