Harold Varner III and Matt Fitzpatrick disagree on Donda and Certified Lover Boy music albums

Drake made every fan’s day by dropping Certified Lover Boy overnight. With 21 tracks, fans and celebrities alike couldn’t help but talk about Drake’s new album, with many celebrating the release with him on social media. This includes the world of golf, with many athletes reacting to the album in their own style.

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This includes Harold Varner III and Matt Fitzpatrick, who seemed to be having their own conversation on Twitter. Fitzpatrick tweeted about Certified Lover Boy on his own, comparing it to Kanye West’s album Donda, which was released in late August. Looking at his tweet, it seems the 27-year-old preferred Kanye West’s work to the newer version of Drake.

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Did Harold Varner III agree with Matt Fitzpatrick?

Varner didn’t seem to agree with Fitzpatrick’s assertion. He responded with three facepalm emojis, which could mean he didn’t agree with what the other was thinking. Fans also gave their own opinion, with both sides receiving feedback. “I feel like the club failed to live up to drake standards. In 20 tracks, there could be 2 bangers, “ one fan wrote, adding that they expected more. Others laughed in response.

Fitzpatrick’s tweet also had some interesting responses, one fan is convinced that this tweet will now see USA win the Ryder Cup. Most just agreed with the golfer.

Like most albums, Certified Lover Boy also drew criticism. While many liked the lyrics and songs, some expected a slightly different album from Drake this time around.

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Drake mentions Tiger Woods in a lyric

Drake chose to include golf on his album with a mention of Tiger Woods, who has been missing in action since his accident earlier this year. Understandably, fans were excited about the little tribute, with most of them missing Woods and his presence at events. While Drake named athletes like Giannis Antetokounmpo and Kawhi Leonard, Woods’ verse was a happy surprise.

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“Think I’m Tiger Woods, the way I came out of 17. And you know pockets on anything, always green jeans”, Drake wrote in his song titled In the Bible featuring Giveon – Lil Durk.

PGA Tour also responded to the lyrics, tweeting much the same tagging Drake and adding a cute Woods gif. We also had Brooks Koepka wearing Drake’s upcoming golf collab with Nike called NOCTA just before its release. Drake also gave Koepka a shout out for his story.

George L. Hernandez