Alexis Ohanian Responds to Drake “Center of the Ocean” Music

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Alexis Ohanian is proudly owning his position as a devoted supporter of his household. In a Nov. 4 Twitter thread, Ohanian wrote, “The explanation I keep successful is as a result of I am relentless about being the very best at no matter I do — together with being the very best groupie for my spouse and daughter.”

His phrases seem like a response to Drake’s new tune “Center of the Ocean,” which comprises the lyrics: “Sidebar, Serena, your husband a groupie / He declare we do not acquired an issue however / No, boo, it’s such as you comin’ for sushi.” The tune seems on Drake and 21 Savage’s album “Her Loss,” which dropped earlier within the day.

Drake hasn’t publicly spoken out concerning the which means behind the tune’s lyrics, however he and Williams have been linked in 2015 after they have been noticed kissing. Williams married Reddit cofounder Ohanian in 2017 and gave start to their daughter, Olympia, that very same yr. Williams has praised her husband’s supportive nature, telling Allure in a January 2019 profile, “Alexis does not dim my mild. He does not attempt to dim my mild. He places me within the mild, even when I do not need to be. He pushes me to additional factors I by no means considered.”

Williams introduced that she was retiring from tennis in August, however the subsequent month she hinted that her time on the court docket might not really be accomplished. Within the meantime, she’s engaged on a kids’s ebook together with her daughter and her enterprise capital agency.

“Center of the Ocean” is not the primary time Drake has referenced Williams in tune. He shouted her out on his monitor “Worst Habits” off his 2013 album “Nothing Was the Identical.” “I am with my entire set, tennis matches on the crib / I swear I may beat Serena when she playin’ together with her left,” he rapped. On condition that Williams has gained 23 Grand Slam singles titles, Drake’s assertion appears not possible.

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