Like many others, Bradley Beal listened to Drake's album “Honestly, Nevermind” which dropped at midnight on Friday. The Washington Wizards star quickly came to his opinion on the record, and he wasn't afraid to share it.

Beal roasted Drake's seventh studio album on Twitter less than an hour after it dropped, using the record's title against it.

Then, three minutes later, he tweeted this:

Is it possible that Beal is just looking to be one of many NBA star referenced in Drake's new songs? Possibly. He references professional athletes in a lot of his songs, including Kevin Durant and Scottie Pippen.

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However, it's even more likely that the Wizards guard was just stating his opinion, which is on par with the general consensus of the public. Quentin Grimes of the New York Knicks had a hilarious reaction to the album just 25 minutes after it was released.

Donovan Mitchell seemed to agree with the Wizards guard as well, replying to his tweet with nothing but emojis.

A bad album is completely out of character for Drake. The Canadian star has 29 Billboard Music Awards, and was even nominated for Artist of the Decade.

“Honestly, Nevermind” consists of 13 songs (not including the Intro) and is available through streaming platforms and for digital downloads. Hopefully, it isn't as bad as everyone says it is.