The ‘Drake Lint Roller’ Is a Real Thing
Toronto Raptors team with OVO and Bounce to give NBA fans a weird souvenir
In case you missed it, Drake, the Toronto Raptors, and laundry-stuff brand Bounce became best of friends at Wednesday night’s NBA Playoffs game versus the Brooklyn Nets. A week ago, Canuck rapper/actor/singer Drizzy made news-of-the-weird when he was seen using a lint roller on his clothes during Game 2. This was, of course, after he’d accused Jay Z of being bourgeoisie by suggested Hova was eating fondue instead of watching basketball.
Well, while the Los Angeles Clippers were busy losing sponsors over their racist owner’s unforgivable idiocy, the Raptors were busy hatching a good-humor deal (which likely also involved good money) with Drake’s OVO label and Procter & Gamble’s, erm, dryer sheets imprint. As you’ve no doubt already divined, the end result of this collaboration was an official DRAKE LINT ROLLER (their caps), which should be available on eBay soon.
Here’s some play-by-play:
— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) April 30, 2014
— Bounce (@BounceFresh) May 1, 2014
— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) May 1, 2014