Drake responds to ‘Honestly, it doesn’t matter’ reactions: ‘It’s alright if you don’t understand’

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Drake released his latest album “Honestly, Nevermind” as a surprise on Friday and the project received mixed reactions.

At the rapper’s “Honestly, Nevermind” release party, Drake responded to the negative response.

“It’s alright if you don’t get it yet,” he said of his album titled “Calling My Name,” playing in the background of the video. ” This is what we do ! We are waiting for you to catch up. We here, however, have already caught up. Next. My God !

Drake addressed the backlash on his latest album "Honestly, it doesn't matter."
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Drake has addressed the backlash on his latest album “Honestly, Nevermind.”
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Social media went up in flames with fans sharing their thoughts on the release. “Drake goes platinum at Zara and H&M with this album,” one user wrote.

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“played the first song off this drake album and said Honestly, Nevermind,” another added.

“Drake is making the worst album in his discography,” wrote another alongside a photo of Walter White mixing chemicals in “Breaking Bad.”

Although there were negative responses, many fans enjoyed his latest release.

“Everyone says they don’t like Drake’s new album, I’m giving them 2 weeks max! It’s definitely a vibe, perfect for summer!” wrote one social media user.

“If you don’t like Drake’s new album you can go to the studio and make your own taste,” added another.

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“Honestly, Nevermind” was released nine months after Drake’s last studio album, “Certified Lover Boy.”

When Drake released the surprise album, he teased an upcoming addition to his “Scary Hours” collection.

Drake surprise releases his seventh studio album "Honestly it doesn't matter" Friday.

Surprised Drake released his seventh studio album “Honestly, Nevermind” on Friday.
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On Friday, the star released a music video for a song from the album “Falling Back.” In the video, the Toronto native was seen marrying 23 different women.

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Tristan Thompson, Khloe Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend, made an appearance in the video.

Fox News’ Lauryn Overhultz contributed to this report.



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