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The Wildest Twitter Reactions To Drake’s ‘Hotline Bling’ Video!

I have to admit when Drake first hit the scene, I was annoyed. Like why was Jimmy from “Degrassi” out of his wheelchair and rapping on top of a Maybach?

But after some time, I grew to love Drake and “Hotline Bling” has been my absolute jam. It was only a matter of time before Aubrey and Champagne Papi would show up together and completely shit on the hottest song of the summer!

Drake dropped his video for “Hotline Bling” last night, and he was so proud:

Twitter, however was not, and overnight, they turned Drake out for his… well for everything in this video. Let’s start with the elephant in the room: Drake’s dancing. Twitter tore up Drake’s “Dad Dance Style”

I predicted the hotline bling music video https://t.co/rvU1TG3wPT — levi (@what_eve_r) October 20, 2015

Others have immortalized Drake in the same way as Beyonce, with the #DrakeAlwaysOnBeat hashtag…

That’s my best friend that’s my best friend. pic.twitter.com/hvVQ5GnQ3I — LeBroncé West (@GotMyEdgesMami) October 20, 2015

Drake always on beat https://t.co/DKpmT1yrsL — LeBroncé West (@GotMyEdgesMami) October 20, 2015

This is everything. #DrakeAlwaysOnBeat pic.twitter.com/5hnqbWSoMz — Brandon Pope ABC 57 (@BpopeTV) October 20, 2015

Then they went in on his Canadian ass attire, complete with a turtleneck that could have kept all of New York warm through hurricane Sandy!

Drake always sounds like he’s tryna get gangsta on somebody…then he realizes how cozy his sweater is. — Amanda Seales (@amandaseales) October 20, 2015

When bae gets you a xmas sweater when u asked for an Xbox @Drake pic.twitter.com/7czZXwCdEw — Michele Maturo (@michelematuro) October 15, 2015

But Of Course… We Couldn’t let all those faces Drake was making slide.

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Ariel Leconte

Ariel Leconte

Ariel is the Associate Editor of Jawbreaker and creator of Revolutionary In Pink Pumps blog. She is equally obsessed with social justice, lipstick, culture, and red wine.