I have seen a number of men on the cover of GQ magazine that ooze sex appeal and style. I am perplexed at the fact GQ editors have decided that Drake is an appropriate candidate for the cover of their first ever "Style Bible" issue. How on earth does one put someone who has not an ounce of style on the cover of an issue that is dedicated to style? I just dont' understand. Yes you can dress him up in a suit and put on shoes that need to be shined and may not have laces...but merely being on the cover does not give one style.
No tea no shade but I think this was a piss poor and lazy decision on the part of GQ editors.