Was Drake's behavior really "diva" or just standing up for himself?....
Allegedly Drake was supposed to be featured on the cover of the February / March issue of Vibe magazine but his diva attitude was "too much to handle."
Vibe contributor Lola Ogunnaike allegedly said that Drizzy was scheduled to be the cover star with the accompanying story titled, ‘The Dark Side of Aubrey Graham.’ However, when it came time to do the photo shoot, he was eight hours late and didn’t want to wear any of the clothes that was picked by the stylist.
“He brought his own clothes, which was mostly Hemès and leather bomber jackets,” revealed a source who was also at the shoot. “But it was a shoot about spring fashion. He was going on and on about wearing his leather bomber, and wasn’t letting it go. He said the [female] stylist was too aggressive, that he wasn’t a model and he wasn’t feeling the vibe. He hopped in his SUV and left.”
We all know Drake's wardrobe of sweatshirts and sweaters could use a little restyling at times but wearing something you don't want to wear?....
Was Drake wrong for walking out? Or was he just standing his grounds?
Then the magazine took a jab at Drake by placing the headline, "13 Ways To Dress Like A Man, Son!" on the cover.
They ended up replacing Drake's cover with his Young Money label mate, Nicki Minaj.
Maybe Drake was scared they were going to make him wear those "Weezy jeggings"...