Drake Don't Need Fake Love Card For Friends and Exes (PLAYS ACTUAL SONG)

$ 15.00

Size: 7 inches x 5 inches

Sound: "I Could Tell That Love Is Fake... I Don't Trust A Word You Say... How You Wanna Click Up After Your Mistakes? Look You In The Face And It's Just Not The Same"


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Handmade in NYC


We Ship Worldwide!

Domestic Delivery

1 - 5 days


International Delivery

2 - 3 weeks



Background: People have a hard time being honest these days. Instead of telling you what the issue is upfront to your face, they'll pretend and lie like everything is all good. Then, they'll go behind your back and flip the script. They'll smash your exes or go overboard with the Twitter fingers, while you feel stupid you got played. Send them this card to let them know it's time for them to get the fuck away from you. 

On October 29, 2016, rap favorite Drizzy Drake released the song Fake Love, the lead single off of his 2017 playlist/album/mixtape More Life. Over an RnB beat, Drake sings about the woes of having people pretend to love him when they're simply plotting against him. This song was released after various hip hop artists including Meek Mill, Pusha T, and even Kid Cudi attempted to throw shade at the 6 God's name and dethrone him. And yet when they saw him in person, they fronted like it was all good.

On March 18, 2017, Drake pushed the red button and premiered More Life via Apple Music Beats 1 Radio. The playlist featured Young Thug, Giggs, Quavo, Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, Kanye West, and PartyNextDoor. The songs on More Life covered a broad range of genres, including hip hop, contemporary R&B, dancehall, grime, trap, and Afrobeat.

The More Life cover art features Drake's father Dennis Graham sporting a glorious mustache, a big-ass bow tie, silk noragi, and pipe. His father has a striking resemblance to the 6 god himself, that you might think it's a photoshopped pic of Drake at first glance.


As Drake already knows, too many fake friends & thirsty exes out here. Set your limits on fake love with this card perfect for ex-boyfriends & ex-girlfriends.