That Wasn’t the First Time Drake Got Caught Lint-Rolling

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April 23 2014 2:32 PM

That Wasn’t the First Time Drake Got Caught Lint-Rolling

Drake got caught lint-rolling his pants court-side at the Nets-Raptors game last night, and today footage of the last-minute cleanup is all over the Internet. Never afraid to make light of himself, Drake even posted a photo to his own Instagram.


But while Drake may have owned up to last night’s incident, a little digging reveals that wasn’t the first time that Drizzy’s been caught trying to sneak in a little eleventh-hour sprucing in the midst of an intense situation. If you look closely, you can make out the shape of Drake’s lint-roller in each of the damning scenes below.

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GIF by Natalie Matthews-Ramo for Slate

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GIF by Natalie Matthews-Ramo for Slate

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GIF by Natalie Matthews-Ramo for Slate

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GIF by Natalie Matthews-Ramo for Slate

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GIF by Natalie Matthews-Ramo for Slate

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GIF by Natalie Matthews-Ramo for Slate

Forrest Wickman is a Slate staff writer. 

Natalie Matthews-Ramo is a Slate Web and interactive designer.

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