Drake's Father Dennis Graham Powers Through "a Little Crazy" Video After the Blasting Fake Friend Support
The 6, God's, your dad is not effs.
Almost six months after the launch of the single, Drake's father Dennis Graham is back with the video of their 2016 just "a Little Crazy". Part of Teddy Pendergrass and part of Marvin Gaye, the track bursts with the smooth sounds of soul and R&B.
A small fragment of the visual is revealed after the song's release and a release party was planned, but was ultimately cancelled. This led Graham to bash their "so called friends" who didn't support him in a now-deleted Instagram post.
"I'm going to delete all my so called friends on Instagram who has not bought my 1.29 Little Crazy just how cheap you can be friends have a nice life!!!!!!!" he wrote. "From midnight today will be a vague memory, you know who you are, and you can also see all that a**holes that are doing what you think they are funny comments has been blocked."
Meanwhile, many Drake fans are enjoying Graham stains on his superstar son commercial for Virginia Black Whisky, which also features "a Little Crazy". The video release could not have come at a better time for anyone who has seen the small videos to promote the liquor.
Check the bottom and the "Little Crazy" in the video above.
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