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Drake officially kicks bandwagon reputation by taking picture with Astros

Started from the bottom, now we're still at the bottom.

Drake has a bit of a reputation for supporting whichever team is doing well -- look! We've chronicled all his allegiances with very good teams! -- and people have a tendency for riding him about it.

Well, today, June 12, 2014, we can officially lay that trope to rest:

Yes, that's Drake, posing with the Houston Astros: them of three straight 100-loss seasons. They are 30-37 this year, which has them only -- ONLY! -- 10.5 games back, but, yeah, they're still quite bad.

"I'm just sayin' you could do better

No seriously

You guys are really bad and could play baseball much better"

So if this is bandwagoning, he's getting on a bit early.

Drake always has loved H-Town, and this is his "Houston Appreciation Week," but still, bold move showing your face at an Astros game. PROCESS.

Drake was rewarded with a 10th-inning walk-off home run by Chris Carter, who was extra-motivated.

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