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Beefdrake: Like Regular Drake, But With 50% More Beef

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/bēfˌdrāk/ noun

  1. the latest version of Drake with a notably well-defined or "ripped" body. "He's a lot more muscly than he used to be, but he's probably just as sensitive. He's a beefdrake."