Drake dropping “Take Care 2” is like asking The Weeknd to grow back his locks and that is highly unlikely.
Drake shared a photo of himself in reminiscing to his 2011 album Take Care. The photo has some striking resemblance to the cover photo for Take Care and now fans are in a frenzy asking Drake for Take Care 2. Drizzy posted the new photo of himself sitting at a table while donning a black and gold sweatsuit and it immediately brought back memories of his sophomore album.
“If Take Care 2 comes out I’m breaking up with my girlfriend and getting back with my ex,” one fan on Twitter name Cale wrote. One fan even suggested that the Jamaican Drake, London Drake, and Houston Drake would release Take Care 2. “Take care 2, featuring Jamaican drake, London drake and Houston drake,” Big Baller Way wrote. Some of the tweets were a lot more hilarious like this one that reads, “Somebody let me get attached to them and then drop me so I can cry to Take Care 2.”
Take Care was Drake’s sophomore album and was released on November 15, 2011 and debut at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. The album sold 631,000 copies in the first week of it’s released and spawned a number of top ten singles including the title track “Take Care” featuring Rihanna. So should Drake drop a new album “Take Care 2” this year or no. Perhaps he can use the fact that Rihanna found a new man as inspiration.
If Take Care 2 comes out I'm breaking up with my girlfriend and getting back with my ex
— ? (@gfcPrada4) July 18, 2017
Drizzy got the curls back and just posted this, Take Care 2 incoming pic.twitter.com/qVM2F0nPu9
— zain (@zainqureshi97) July 17, 2017
Funny how Drake posts a pic and suddenly Take Care 2 is trending, but he had no impact on the culture. Wild.
— ? (@Dr_Sweets23) July 18, 2017
Take Care 2 is possibly a thing? Just whenever I thought I was over my ex.. pic.twitter.com/Sj0e71djOP
— ? (@AllPureSkill) July 18, 2017