Drake Calls Out Macy’s For Using “The Motto”

    December 27, 2012
    Amanda Crum
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Drake may have made the term “YOLO” infamous in the past year or so, but he doesn’t claim sole ownership to the term, despite what he tweeted earlier this week.

“Walgreens…you gotta either chill or cut the cheque,” he wrote beneath an Instagram photo of a hat display at the drugstore. He also chastised Macy’s for using the word on several Charlie Brown and Snoopy shirts.

The singer hasn’t elaborated on what he’s willing to do for the motto, but he’ll have a hard time claiming it belongs to him if he pursues the issue with the companies.



Images: Instagram

  • SMH

    I can’t believe Drake thinks he made up the acronym YOLO. There’s a restaurant in Ft. Lauderdale with the acronym YOLO long before anybody knew what a Drake was. Luckily, no one’s made him write a cheque…yet.

  • mimi

    First of all yolo is way over used and these young people think it’s cute to shout it out if you know you only live once why are you wasting your time doing something so unproductive and secondly who really care who coined the phrase! How about coining this phrase “here’s check to a good children foundation!