Drake's new song features lyric about Arsenal but fans convinced they're not cursed
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Drake and 21 Savage's new hit features a lyric about Arsenal and Gunners fans are buzzing as a result.
The pair of rappers have collaborated together on a new joint-album titled 'Her Loss', with a total of 16 songs on the album.
One is called Circo Loco', which is definitely the track that will resonate most with Arsenal supporters.
In the second verse, where Savage comes in, he raps, "Still gotta see the Gunners win the Premier League."
Savage was originally born in London and moved to Atlanta with his mother at the age of 7. He has been pictured wearing an Arsenal shirt in the past and has very much given his fandom away with the lyric.
Arsenal's last Premier League win was back in 2003/04 when they went the whole season unbeaten under Arsene Wenger and earned the 'Invincibles' nickname as a result.
Mikel Arteta's side are leading the way at the top of the table this season after picking up 31 points from 12 games and look well-placed to end a wretched 18 years without a league title.
One might think that such a line on a Drake track could tie with his infamous curse on sports stars and teams, but the fact that Savage said has Arsenal fans thinking they have come through unscathed.
Arsenal avoiding the Drake curse since 21 Savage said the line!— 10:12™ (@Adedayor10) November 4, 2022
“Still gotta see the Gunners win the premier league”. 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/uPkIHBOd03
21 Savage and Drake shouting out the Arsenal in their new album… 🗣️ pic.twitter.com/wnsnaR8U2J— AFCTALK (@AFCTalk0) November 4, 2022
Drake has been pictured wearing the shirt of almost every football club under the sun but he did recently hit headlines after winning $12,240,000 on roulette while wearing an Arsenal top from the 2005/06 campaign.
The classic maroon design was stylish enough, but then 'Drizzy' went one better by having 'Henry 14' on the back in glorious gold font.
The Canadian musician also recently lost £745,000 on a staggering bet where he had both Arsenal and Barcelona to win.
Arsenal did the business and beat Leeds away from home, but Barca, who wore his OVO logo on the front of their shorts for the El Clasico clash with Real Madrid, lost 3-1.