Fans believe that Drake has finally addressed the controversy related to his friendships with Billie Eilish and Millie Bobby Brown.
Recently the 33-year-old rapper dropped a new video for “When to Say When” and “Chicago Freestyle.” The Rapper surprised his fans previously too with “War” on Christmas Eve 2019. “War” was followed by two more releases with Atlanta Trapster Future,” Life is Good” and “Desires”. With Drake’s consistency, the audience believes that the tracks are harbingers to a sequel for their 2015 collaboration, What a Time to be Alive.
Both Millie, 16, and Billie, 18, have mentioned several times that they received text messages from Drake and because of the age gap between them people thought it was “creepy” for a man in his 30s to be messaging such younger people. However, both were seen defending their relationships with Drake and insisted it wasn’t creepy or inappropriate.
In ‘When To Say When’, there is a line about singer Michael Jackson, which people think is referencing the situation with Billie and Millie. The lyric in the question reads: “Michael Jackson shit, but the palace is not for kids / Still women sayin’ it’s childish the way we live.”
Michael Jackson who passed away in 2009 was charged several times of molesting a minor in the year 2003, but he was let go of all the charges in 2005. In 2019 too, Michael was charged with more sexual abuse allegations after the release of the documentary “Leaving Neverland”.
“When to Say When” and “Chicago Freestyle” were both unveiled in a 4-minute music video. “When to Say When” features Drake on a trek around Brooklyn. He pays a visit to the Diamond District and the Marcy Projects, the latter a homage to Brooklyn-bred hip-hop and entrepreneurial mogul Jay-Z, who hails from the neighbourhood.