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Many were quick to celebrate the death of the Drake curse following the Raptors' Game 6 victory over the Warriors on Thursday night. But is the curse really broken?
After all, Drake has strong connections to the Warriors. He has referenced them in many songs, and he even has tattoos of Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant on his arm. Drake is so close to Curry, the Warriors star talked to the rapper on the phone after Curry's team lost the NBA Finals.
Steph Curry congratulating Drake on Toronto’s championship over the phone!! #respect via @closeup360 pic.twitter.com/lSKf9azNSa
— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) June 14, 2019
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But even putting all of that aside, there's a deeper message to be learned here from the Raptors' win as it relates to the Drake curse. For a better understanding, let's go through the history of Drake's sports fandom and see why the curse existed in the first place.
Drake was known as a fair weather fan
Before the curse existed, people would just make fun of Drake for switching teams so often. There were multiple stories written about how he'd alw[......]