Drake spent Christmas demanding money for “YOLO”

By brendon December 27, 2012 @ 1:52 PM

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While most people spent Christmas day at home with with friends and family, Drake spent his on Instagram, complaining about merchandise with “YOLO” on it, the acronym he helped drive into the ground with his 2012 song ‘The Motto’.

– “Walgreens….you gotta either chill or cut the cheque”
- “Macy’s…same goes for you.”

It might be worth noting that Drake didn’t make the phrase up. The Strokes launched Operation YOLO to get airplay for their song ‘You Only Live Once’ in 2005, but “the earliest known use is attributed to Adam Mesh from the third season of the NBC reality show The Average Joe. Mesh launched the ‘You Only Live Once’ (YOLO) clothing line on March 20th, 2004.”

So, go fuck yourself Drake. You can’t just repeat what other people say and get paid for it. Unless you’re Seth McFarland.

wwtdd

(4) Comments

  1. orswich 12/27/2012 14:30

    apparently he couldnt read up about copyright laws through his huge unibrow. you would think a 1/2 jewish kid would know about these kind of laws..

  2. JBizzle 12/27/2012 16:51

    Club hipster shit….Death to all 2012 trends in 2013

  3. Chris_EsT 12/27/2012 17:24

    Who is Seth McFarland?

  4. Thissiteiswack 12/28/2012 14:55

    Maybe the earlier users of the stupid term will sue Drake.

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