Fans React After Drake Hops On Parody Version Of Popular Rock Hit

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Drake returned with another puzzling collaboration, and it's getting mixed reviews from fans.

On Monday night, June 4, the Toronto native jumped on remix of social media star Snowd4y's new parody "Wah Gwan Delilah." The comical rendition of the Plain White T's 2006 song "Hey There Delilah" has Drizzy crooning over the guitar-laced instrumental. Some people thought it was AI when it first arrived, but fans began to sound off once Drake posted it.

"Wah gwan, Delilah? Double date me if you like me/Brought my cro'nem for your bestie," Drake sings. "Sorry, he's wearin' a shiesty, he's not beat/It's just too smokey in these streets/You're looking sweet."

"Idc if it’s ai-generated, real, fake, or whatever you want to call it," one fan wrote. "The mere thought of “wah gwan delilah” is criminally insane. I demand jail time for all parties involved."

"Kendrick could never make a song like Wah Gwan Delilah 😭🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 that’s just a #fact," another wrote.

Some fans destroyed Drizzy's version of the parody and expressed their disappointment over the track, especially after he just dropped his latest collaboration with Sexyy Red "U My Everything." They also accused the OVO Sound founder of falling off like J. Cole amid the Dreamville rapper's questionable verse on Cash Cobain's "Grippy."

"Wah Gwan Delilah" arrived shortly after Snowd4y was asked about getting the "God's Plan" rapper on his hilarious Toronto-inspired love song. The comedian was clearly open to the idea, but he said he wanted more bars and less singing. See what else he had to say and more fan reactions below.

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