... and he dresses like a PSA about midlife crises.
But it's when he's talking about Drake that he really shines, because the superlatives he lavishes on him are indistinguishable from the praise grandparents give grandchildren who manage to hit over half the notes at their junior high band recital.
No matter how loving and well-intentioned, posts like "no one could be more proud than I am love you unconditionally baby boy" followed by over a dozen emojis is enough to get anyone wedgied. It's tough to look intimidating in your rap beefs when your dad is talking like he's about to get you a Happy Meal to take your mind off your boo-boo.Continue Reading BelowAdvertisement
Graham also has a touch of troll in him. He once misled his followers into thinking that Drake's new album would be released early, and when his own new song shockingly didn't do as well as he'd hoped, he posted, "I will be deleting my so called friends on Instagram who hasn't purchased my 1.29 Kinda Crazy single how cheap can friends be have a nice life!!!!!! as of midnight tonight you will be a faded memory" before deleting the post and claiming it was a "reverse psychology" marketing tactic. Here's how he presents himself in that music video, by the way: