Drake Slams Rolling Stone Over Losing Cover to Philip Seymour Hoffman: ‘I’m Disgusted’

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The rapper is also upset at the “evil” print publication for misquoting him

Rolling Stone magazine decided to put recently deceased actor Philip Seymour Hoffman on the cover this month, and Drake is “disgusted with that,” because he says it was his face that was supposed to be immortalized on the new issue.

The rapper is also upset for allegedly being misquoted about Kanye West in his interview for the magazine, and took to Twitter on Thursday to vent his frustrations.

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Rolling Stone has not yet responded to TheWrap‘s request for comment.

Instead of highlighting the interview with “Hip-Hop’s lonely prince,” the publication decided to dedicate the new issue to Hoffman’s life through interviews with the Oscar winner’s closest friends and colleagues. While a few excerpts from the story are currently available, the magazine goes on sale on Friday.