Print Article AA Today Drake will officially crown himself the current king of not only the rap charts, but moving the needle both on and offline with the release of his third album, Nothing Was the Same. These are all necessary qualifications for any buzzworthy album, but something else goes without saying -- Drake loves Houston to death. No one man has flown a more appreciative Canuck flag for Houston than Drake, and little reminders of that are all over Nothing Was the Same. He's an honorary Houstonian whether you want to admit it or not. Trust us, it goes way beyond "Connect" on these parts. We all know our share of Porsche's though, some strip, some go to college and make something of themselves.
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There are plenty of businesses i consider a nuisance; the entire Galleria is a nuisance to me trying to use the West Loop! Are we going to charge them with something? If they really wanted to tackle prostitution, they would hit all of the rub n tug massage parlors and those cantinas on the East side. Perhaps I am too sensitive.
I'm not saying it 'legitimizes anything necessarily. vs I believe it's a fact. because I can't see people willing to die without an earthly kingdom for some insane itinerant lay preacher. somebody here is not being completely honest or forthcoming. you can't have it both ways.