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Everyone loves a dank meme or two. So it’s no surprise that after Drake released two new songs yesterday, the Internet was buzzing with some fire emoji-worthy tweets. Realistically, a lot of the tweets were hotter than Drake’s and Kanye’s bars (don’t get us started on Jay Z). Here’s a look at some of the best tweets inspired by what’s sure to be your summer anthem, Pop Style.
“Um… can I go to the bathroom? Or the office? Or anywhere?”
— Horchata Papi (@Nolebody_Better) April 5, 2016
In the immortal words of one Christopher Wallace, “If you don’t know, now you know.”
When you're listening to Pop Style and you finally realize who The Throne is pic.twitter.com/TnKP5G7AXc
— MULHERIN (@MulherinMusic) April 5, 2016
Notice the size of Jay’s paper.
Still lit though.
When you're mad that Jay only had two bars on Pop Style but then remember it's still a Drake x Kanye collab… pic.twitter.com/vhQL0GwGFo
— Gino Zarrillo (@GinoBambino23) April 5, 2016
We also would have accepted an Easy-Bake Oven.
Jay Z cooking up his "Pop Style" feature pic.twitter.com/Xuy6jbAfvV
— Pigeons & Planes (@PigsAndPlans) April 5, 2016
Veteran moves by Hov.
Jay Z's recording session for "Pop Style." pic.twitter.com/6LnmvTuPkl
— Joe La Puma (@JLaPuma) April 5, 2016
Probably the same face a lot of people had when they heard the “verse”.
— Nick Hautman (@nickhautman) April 5, 2016
To be fair, time is money.
That new Jay Z verse was 12 milliseconds flat son, I timed it
— Lorde Lightskin (@JaeRichards) April 5, 2016
Surprisingly the verse does come in three syllables over a Haiku. What an overachiever that Jay Z is.
Jay gave Drake a haiku and called it a day
— Lauren Chanel Allen (@MichelleHux) April 5, 2016
But then in a month it’ll be everywhere.
On this track, you have to go to Apple Music to hear Drake’s verse, Tidal for Ye & Jay’s verses, and the beat is on Spotify, for one week.
— Anil Dash (@anildash) April 5, 2016
“Yeah Jay… it’s… fire…”
Jay-Z: Hit your inbox with those bars you asked for.
Drake after hearing those bars: pic.twitter.com/4L8NGNAc4n
— Jozen C. (@jozenc) April 5, 2016
We all know that person.
That one bar Jay gave Drake is the rap equivalent of saying "lol y'all crazy" in the group chat after your boys had a 20 text convo
— Larry Beyince (@DragonflyJonez) April 5, 2016
“Go so many chains they call me Chaining Tatum.”
Regardless of Jay’s contribution to the song, this is still #factsonly.