• Raptors' Amir Johnson bought 2 stores' full stock of Drake's new album to give away to fans

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Sep 26, 2013
    It released earlier this week and Toronto’s Amir Johnson hit the local mall to buy every… single… album. So when Drake's third full-length studio album, "Nothing Was the Same," hit stores on Tuesday, it stood to reason that Johnson would pick up a copy or two one for the home hi-fi, one for the car to support the scene. But his new album Nothing Was The Same is still pretty damn good. The Toronto Raptors big man might not like Drake quite as much as Detroit Pistons point guard Brandon Jennings, because apparently nobody does, but he's appeared on stage with Drake wearing Drake-branded garb at the artist's own OVOFest, rocked OVO gear in pickup environments and even, once upon a time, played a little bit of "late night hoops" with the singer/rapper and fellow Canadian pop star Justin Bieber. Let it never be said that Johnson's anything less than a man of his word: And you didn't even have to put on makeup to appear undead to make this one happen; you just needed to be willing to put a dent in that $6.5 million annual salary.
    Source: yahoo.com
    • Amir Johnson Buys Every Copy Of Drake’s “Nothing Was The Same”

      Yeah, we make fun of Drake from time to time. But his new album Nothing Was The Same is still pretty damn good. It released (officially) earlier this week and Toronto’s Amir Johnson hit the local mall to buy every… single… album. Yep, the Raptor forward…
      Source: dimemag.com

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