Drake Calls Rolling Stone ‘Evil’ After Replacing His Cover With Philip Seymour Hoffman

February 13th, 2014 // 21 Comments
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Yesterday, Drake got a bunch of press after calling Macklemore‘s text to Kendrick Lamar “wack as fuck” in an interview with Rolling Stone. Except now Drake’s the one acting wack as fuck after finding out Rolling Stone replaced his cover with Philip Seymour Hoffman and printed some words he said about Kanye West that were supposedly off the record. Via Celebuzz:

- I never commented on Yeezus for my interview portion of Rolling Stone. They also took my cover from me last minute and ran the issue.
- I’m disgusted with that. RIP to Phillip Seymour Hoffman. All respect due. But the press is evil.
- I’m done doing interviews for magazines. I just want to give my music to the people. That’s the only way my message gets across accurately.

He’s since deleted the first two tweets for obvious reasons on the Philip Seymour Hoffman one, and presumably because he was on record for the Yeezus quote and realized how bad it sounded:

“There were some real questionable bars on there. Like that ‘Swaghili’ line? Come on, man. Even Fabolous wouldn’t say some shit like that.”

When reached for comment, Kanye West declared war on wheelchairs before being bitten by Russell Brand who leaped out from underneath a handicap ramp. You gotta watch out for that.

Photo: Getty


  1. I thought it was spelled “whack”? Probably is… I know there have been troubles with spelling in the hip hop community since Ice Cube once declared, “I spell girl with a B.”

  2. JC

    His little bitch fest reminds me of a fun story: I worked in publishing in Manhattan when 9/11 happened. Our office was next to the Empire State building, so since it was a possible target, we evacuated to try to find shelter elsewhere/make our way home. When we came back to work, I found out that one of the authors I was working with left a voicemail, on the afternoon 9/11, asking if our downtime was going to mean his book would be delayed.

    Sometimes it’s not all about you, shitheads of the world.

  3. Cate

    We liked you better when you were in a wheelchair.

  4. Cher X

    Go back to Degrassi you little runt.

  5. Kevolution

    Started at the bottom now I’m back.

  6. anonymous

    I swear that 2005-2010 generation of kid stars are all growing up to be douchebags in the biggest possible way.

    • That would be Gen Z.
      2000/2001-Present – New Silent Generation or Generation Z
      1980-2000 – Millennials or Generation Y
      1965-1979 – Generation X
      1946-1964 – Baby Boom
      1925-1945 – Silent Generation
      1900-1924 – G.I. Generation


    remember the old days when rappers argued with rappers and settled it by shooting each other dead?

  8. What’s with the out of control egos of these males stars these days? Fuckin’ prima donnas.

  9. Margaret

    Drake’s pseudo rap honky black act is tiring as it is boring.

  10. Chris

    Looks like a fish.

  11. cmonreally

    I was going to say that someone should tell Drake to shut the fuck up and put on his big girl panties, but it appears Rolling Stone already did that (albeit much more tactfully).

  12. The Pope

    If he wants to be on the cover so bad, he should give Robert Vineberg a call. That should do it.

  13. ben dover


  14. Jack Hoff

    Rolling Stone?
    Is that still published? I thought they went out of business in the 90′s.

  15. Cro-magnon motherfucker said what?

  16. could of been worse…he could have been replaced with a picture of Justin Bieber holding a box of eggs……

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