Drake dropped the visuals for ‘Worst Behavior‘ earlier this week and people were definitely talking about the 10 minute long, Daddy Graham-assisted, semi-comedic video. Drizzy sat down with Revolt TV to discuss the visuals, especially why he chose to shoot them in Memphis, his upbringing and the shade on his “emotionality”:
I grew up there, a lot of people look at me and talk a lot of sh-t about how they think I grew up and who they think I am and I get it, all the jokes and sh-t [but] it’s whatever, I let it roll off because I always figure like, I’m not a self-proclaimed type of guy. I’m not gonna tell you what I been through. I will in my music but I’m not gonna sit here and plead with you to understand that I’m not some rich kid or some overly emotional guy or any more emotional than the next man.
Now onto the subtle shots at K.Dot.
I’m actually a human being in touch with myself. I’m not here to tell you I’m the king of anything, I’m not here to tell you I’m the best and this video is kind of one of those moments where it’s like, I told you you’d understand one day.
We all know that the bolded lines are aimed at Kendrick for his ‘Control’ verse. These two have been back and forth for a while…awkward…