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Drake Is Pissing Off Beatles Fans With Controversial New Tattoo

Drake is getting mocked after showing off his new Beatles-themed ink.

The rapper now has the iconic Abbey Road scene of Beatles John, Paul, George and Ringo walking across his forearm as they're pictured on the 1969 album cover.

But while the classic record celebrated its 50th anniversary just last week, Drake designed the new tat for a whole different reason -- and it's not because The Beatles are his favourite band.

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The "Club Paradise" rapper has inserted an image of himself into the tattoo design so he's walking ahead of the Fab Four -- a way of celebrating after beating the band's record of most tracks simultaneously in the Billboard Hot 100.

The Beatles set the record of 11 tracks in the Hot 100 back in 1964, which Drake surpassed in October 2018 with 12 of his songs making their way into the chart in a single calendar year.

Drake even crowed about his accomplishment in his verse on Meek Mill's "Going Bad" last year, boasting that he had "more slaps than The Beatles".

Drake's boasting has upset Beatles fans, who have called out the rapper for being "narcissistic".

The tattoo has ignited a feud between Beatles and Drake fans, with the former angrily pointing out that The Beatles built their musical empire without the help of social media.

Your move, Paul McCartney.

Main Photo: Getty/Instagram.