Drake is pictured performing on April 12, 2015 in Indio, California. Getty Images

Toronto Raptors official global ambassador Drake was once seen taking part in one of Conor McGregor’s recent fights. Now, McGregor’s coach, John Kavanagh, has said he wants to avoid the so-called "Drake Curse."

Drake is famous among NBA fans not only because of his songs, but also because of he often likes to troll basketball stars during Raptors games. During Game 1 of the NBA finals, the Raptors global ambassador may have gone to "extreme lengths" when he wore a Dell Curry jersey as he watched the game in the sidelines. Most fans are aware that Dell is the father of Warriors star Stephen Curry who has played for the Raptors in the past, Yahoo Sports noted.

In combat sports, particularly MMA, Drake has also made some appearances in bouts as well. Drake once showed the world his support for McGregor when he walked with the former champ during the official weigh-in of his UFC 229 fight against Khabib Nurmagomedov, which the former lost via submission.

Prior to the Khabib fight, Drake had already shown his support for Mystic Mac at some point during the MMA star’s preparation for his Floyd Mayweather Jr. fight. Mayweather defeated McGregor via TKO in that legendary fight.

This series of losses McGregor experienced with Drake playing a supporting role seemed to prove that the so-called "Drake Curse" is true.

McGregor’s coach, Kavanagh, has just expressed his true feelings about Drake in a recent tweet, in which he said that Drake is about to get “roundhoused” should he ever show up at their gym.

Even the recent win of underdog replacement Andy Ruiz Jr. against former WBO champ Anthony Joshua may have been affected by the Drake Curse.

Sometime in March, a photo of Joshua and Drake was posted by the former champ in his official social media account. In the photo, Joshua kind of tested the waters when he said that he will break the Drake Curse. But on Saturday, the world was shocked when Ruiz knocked Joshua out. Needless to say, the Drake Curse was not broken at all, MMA Mania reported.

Whether the curse is real or not, Drake seems to be unbothered by his infamy. In fact, many believe that the rapper surely took some credit when the Raptors won the Eastern Conference Finals and made the NBA Finals for the first time in 25 years.

After all, sports fans will still see Drake in big sporting events whether they like it or not.

Drake is pictured attending the International Champions Cup soccer match between Manchester City against Manchester United on July 20, 2017 in Houston, Texas. Aaron M. Sprecher/AFP/Getty Images