Drake Canada billboard
Photo via Twitter

A billboard originally put up last year to advertise a clothing line has suddenly gone viral.

Created by Canadian rapper and worldwide superstar Drake to advertise his October’s Very Own (OVO) clothing line, the billboard has come into the spotlight again, presumably due to the unrest south of the border.

Reading simply “let’s all get along like they do in canada”, the photo was originally tweeted by Oliver El-Khatib, Drake’s manager and OVO co-founder, in September 2016.

Daily Hive picked up the story this morning, and it’s since been viewed and shared thousands of times.

The sentiment of the sign is obviously debatable, given that Canada has its own share of problems. But given the traction the billboard has received so far, the results can only mean good things for OVO, Drake, and the sales of his $58 T-Shirts.

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