Drake has been spotted putting in some serious work in the gym alongside esteemed bodybuilder Mike Van Wyck.

A sweat-drenched Drizzy was seen on Instagram aggressively hitting chest day on Tuesday (November 22), while Van Wyck coached him through the reps.

“Got some work in today with the Wycked one, proud of our brother,” Drake wrote on his Instagram Story while sharing a photo of his iron-pumping workout.

Van Wyck commemorated the moment on IG as well, simply writing: “family.”

 

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Drake has been hitting the gym hard these past few years and has regularly flexed his progress online. Last year, the 6 God showcased a new pair of post-pandemic abs after taking his health more seriously alongside other artists such as Lil Uzi Vert, Busta Rhymes, The Game and Action Bronson.

In other news, Drake has been busy enjoying all the spoils and controversy of his latest album Her LossM/a> with 21 Savage, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, with 404,000 equivalent album units in its opening week.

The project reportedly produced one of the biggest streaming weeks ever, generating around 500 million. It’s Drizzy’s second No. 1 record of 2022 following his seventh studio album, Honestly, Nevermind, which arrived in June.

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But according to Drake, Her Loss could have done even bigger numbers if Billboard hadn’t “fixed” the charts in 2018 following the success of his Scorpion LP.

Drizzy phoned into a recent episode of Akademiks’ Off The Record podcast featuring 21 Savage, where he accused Billboard of rigging the charts in an attempt to curb his dominance.

“I mean, at the end of the day, ever since we were dunning off the charts from Scorpion, they fixed the charts anyway,” Drizzy said. “So it is what it is. You know, they had to give other people a fair shot.”

He then appeared to turn his attention to Her Loss, saying: “We’ll do what we do. It’s more about the feeling, the momentum; it’s not about how long it stays.”