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Post Malone Says Drake 'Sucks' At Beer Pong After They Faced Off In Toronto

The Toronto rapper lost on his home court, too.
Post Malone Says Drake 'Sucks' At Beer Pong After They Faced Off In Toronto

The Toronto Raptors' most famous fan is under fire for his shooting ability.

Post Malone was on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Friday, November 13, and he did not have kind words about Drake's shooting ability in beer pong.

Post Malone apparently challenged the artist to the drinking game in Toronto (which should be the homecourt for Drizzy) and it wasn't even close.

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Man, he sucks. Post Malone

"Drake's no good," Post Malone told Jimmy Fallon. "He came backstage at the show in Toronto, and we started playing beer pong and I was just like, 'Man, he sucks.'"

Post Malone did offer Drake the chance at a rematch, but he couldn't help but get one last shot in at the Toronto rapper.

"He was terrible," he laughed.

Both Post Malone and Drake have posted photos of each other on their own Instagram pages, and Drake called Posty his "brother" in a post made last October.

But BFFs or not, getting roasted on prime-time television in the USA for sucking at beer pong really has to sting.

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