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In addition to writing fire diss tracks about Meek Mill and love letters to the world's coziest sweater, Drake is also particularly adept at writing adorable, zero-chill Instagram captions about girls he poses for pictures with.
After a recent Toronto Raptors game, he took a photo with Rosalyn Gold-Onwude, basketball reporter, Stanford grad, and Emmy winner, and wrote an equally impressive caption to match: "When the post game makes you forget about what happened during the actual game," followed by her username and a super-smiley emoji.
While most human women would react to such a compliment from the rapper with immediate texts to everyone you have ever met that read "Drake are now in love," when you are Rosalyn Gold-Onwude, you post the exact same photo, but with the most whatever caption in the entire history of people posing with Drake: "Post-game with @Drake in Toronto," followed by a casual "#latergram." Women with no chill, let Rosalyn Gold-Onwude be your spirit guide.
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