Drake previously laughed off a boxing challenge issued by YK Osiris over the summer, but his latest trolling could suggest that maybe he’s interested in having the “Worth It” singer as his opponent after all – even if only on social media.

The Boy joined the currently invite-only social media app ClubHouse on Sunday (November 29) to tune into a Boi-1da beat battle. Users quickly noticed his avatar didn’t look quite like him – and a quick tap to zoom in showed it was because it was actually a photo of Osiris. In expert troll form, Drizzy made no mention of the avi and it remains up without explanation.

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If he does decide he wants to take up Osiris’ boxing offer, now would be the perfect time. The internet has been ablaze with commentary following Saturday night’s Roy Jones Jr. versus Mike Tyson fight, which kicked off with former Knicks player Nate Robinson going head-to-head against YouTuber Jake Paul – and consequently getting his lights knocked all the way out.

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Osiris was on a boxing streak over the summer after sparring with Blueface and Lil Tjay when he unsuccessfully tried to get Drizzy on board.

“I’m trynna box u now lol,” he’d written in a DM before quickly adding, “I’m jp u gonna beat df out of me.”

Drake responded by agreeing with Osiris’ suspicions that he’d lose, writing “least u know your limits.”

Revisit his matches with Tjay and Blueface below to see how he measures up.

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