Mallory Edens, Bucks co-owner's daughter, trolls Drake with Pusha T shirt

Drake is wearing his global ambassador status proudly for the Toronto Raptors during their postseason run and, as a result, he’s been targeted as a countermeasure by Milwaukee Bucks fans.

This time, it got personal.

Mallory Edens, the daughter of Bucks co-owner Wes Edens, trolled Drake by wearing a t-shirt of his sworn enemy, Pusha T, during Game 5 of the East Finals at Fiserv Forum on Thursday night.

For those who don’t recall, Pusha T blasted Drake in a scorching diss track called “The Story of Adidon” in May 2018, revealing that the Canadian rapper had fathered a child and was keeping it a secret. Drake did not respond formally and expressed his contempt towards Pusha T on an appearance on HBO’s The Shop later in the year.

Also alongside Edens was Green Bay Packers star and noted Game of Thrones extra, Aaron Rodgers. Sadly, the Super Bowl champion lost a beer-chugging race to his teammate, David Bakhtiari during the first quarter.

Drake got the last laugh, however. After the Raptors emerged with a 105-99 victory, Drake changed his Instagram profile photo to a picture of Edens.

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