Drake got his hopes up and believed that Sons of Anarchy would be returning with two brand new seasons to keep him entertained during these uncertain times.
However, it turned out that the Toosie Slide rapper was simply duped into a misleading headline that he found online.
On Wednesday, Drizzy shared a screenshot of an article by the website DKoding which ran a headline stating: ‘The Motorcycle Gang Is Back: Sons of Anarchy Renewed For Two More Seasons.’
He accompanied the photo with a few mind-blown emojis, clearly beside himself with excitement over the news.
But it seems someone broke the news to Drake that Sons of Anarchy ended in 2014 with season seven – and was unlikely to come back.
He seemed to be pretty annoyed by the revelation and next shared a photo of the show’s lead actor Charlie Hunnam, who played Jax Teller, flipping the bird, as well as another shot of the actor in-character.
It’s highly unlikely that Sons of Anarchy will be making a comeback as its creator, Kurt Sutter, was fired from his other FX show Mayans MC in October 2019.
Addressing his relationship with the network, Kurt told Deadline: ‘I would say that in the near future, my creative relationship at Fox Disney is done.
‘Look, as time moves on and egos –meaning mine – are soothed, I’m sure whatever animosity is in the air will settle in. Right now…I had a conversation with Elgin where I apologised and said, this is not how I wanted it to go down.’
On the possibility of a Sons of Anarchy prequel, he added: ‘As of now, the possibility of doing that doesn’t look that hopeful. It’s their property.
‘They’re not going to let me take it somewhere else. Right now, that relationship is in flux. With time and a shift in attitude, will we be able to do it? I don’t know. Hopefully. Maybe. As for how far it got, here’s what I knew I wanted to do. I knew it wasn’t a long series, that I wanted to do a limited series.’
Sons of Anarchy ran for seven seasons until 2014 and focused on a biker who struggled to find the balance between being a father and the other side of his life as a member of an outlaw motorcycle club.
Sorry Drizzy, guess you’ll have to rewatch the episodes on Netflix like the rest of us.
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