Entertainment And News

18 Of The Best Tweets On Drake's New Video For 'I'm Upset' — And Fan Theories Saying His 'Degrassi' Reunion Is All About Pusha-T

Photo: getty
18 Of The Best Tweets On Drake's New Video For 'I'm Upset' — And Fan Theories Saying His 'Degrassi' Reunion Is All About Pusha-T

He may have started from the bottom, but Drake proves he's never forgotten where he came from with the release of new video for his song "I'm Upset" — which also happens to be the most epic Degrassi reunion that's ever existed.

Those who loved Drake when he played Aubrey Graham, were excited to see the familiar faces of Spinner Mason (Shane Kippel), Mia Jones (Nina Dobrev), Manny Santos (Cassie Steele), Emma Nelson (Miriam McDonald), Principal Simpson (Stefan Brogren) and Jay and Silent Bob (Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith).


RELATED: Tiffany Haddish Finally Solved The Mystery Of Who Bit Beyoncé — And These Savage Tweets About It Are Amazing


Even Rick (Ephraim Ellis), the man who infamously shot Aubrey and paralyzed him, made an appearance and was chased down by Drake's crew.

See the video here:

The timing of the video can't be ignored, of course, especially taking into light Drake's ongoing feud with Pusha-T, which most recently resulted in a diss track about Drake called "The Story of Adidon" in which Pusha-T he claims Drake has a secret love child with a Canadian porn star.

Their fight has been going on for years, and while many people thought Drake would release his own diss track in retaliation — especially after J. Prince claimed he had one in the making that would "end" Pusha-T's career — he took a surprising turn and instead released the video for "I'm Upset" and announced the release date of his new album.

However, people still believe Drake's recent choices have something to do with getting back at Pusha-T.


RELATED: Who Is Drake's Baby Mama? New Details About Sophie Brussaux, The Mom Of His Rumored Love Child


The new song is all about Degrassi and his former cast mates who were abruptly fired from the show in 2009.

"We basically all came to work one day and we were all kind of fired in our own way," he told the Daily Beast. "It was devastating for a lot of us. Our names were changed on our dressing rooms and we were like, ‘What’s happening?’ It was bothering me so I realized music was something I could take into my own hands and it was something I was good at, so I gave up acting for music.”

It's entirely possible the song and the references to his former show are an abstract way of expressing his anger and frustration over the feud with Pusha-T that just refuses to end.

In fact, fans on Twitter are suggesting Drake released the video in an effort to distract people from the diss track, as well as from those nasty allegations about a love child — and just in time for the release of Scorpionon June 29.

To explore the fascinating Twitter theory that Drake is exploiting fan nostalgia to distract from his feud with Pusha-T, check out these 18 of the best funny tweets about his new "I'm Upset" video.

1. It's all just a little too strategic.


2. Even so, this can't be ignored.




4. Drake's just hoping we all forget about Pusha.


5. Outshining Kris Jenner.


6. But this isn't gonna cut it, Drake.


7. Is he just taking his loss?


8. Honestly.


9. Drake can have a whole mess of love children; WE DON'T CARE.


10. Most epic moment of the video.


RELATED: 20 Of The Most Hilarious Best Memes And Tweets About The Pusha T Drake Feud


11. This:


12. I can relate, Drake.


13. All will be forgiven.


14. Ahem.


15. A realistic prediction.


16. LOL.


17. People are literally losing their minds over people who didn't watch Degrassi.


18. And it all worked.


RELATED: The 14 Best Drake Lyrics That Prove He's Nothing Short Of A LEGEND


Emily Blackwood is an editor at YourTango who covers pop culture, dating, relationships and everything in between. Every Wednesday at 7:20 p.m. you can ask her any and all questions about self-love, dating, and relationships LIVE on YourTango’s Facebook page. You can follow her on Instagram, Twitter, or on her website.