The bromance between Drake and Johnny Manziel isn't slowing down.
The rapper posted a picture to his Instagram account Saturday of himself and four friends wearing custom No. 2 Texas A&M shirts. No. 2, of course, is the number that Manziel wore in his two years as starting quarterback at Texas A&M.
Instead of Manziel's name on the back of the shirts, it says "The Regime." That's a shoutout to Drake's "Topszn Regime." If you look closely at the first picture, you'll see that instead of "SEC" in what is typically the SEC logo on an official jersey, Drake's shirts say "SZN."
That's also the Topszn Regime hand gesture that Manziel has helped popularize in on-field celebrations because of his friendship with Drake.
The friendship took off in the summer of 2013 when Drake spent time with Manziel as the two discussed fame. Drake – whose real name is Aubrey Graham – was a child actor before he became a superstar recording artist. He's also even called the two "a duo."
In October, Drake posted a picture of himself watching Manziel play to his Instagram account in a different Manziel jersey. The duo partied together on New Year's Day after Manziel led Texas A&M to a 52-48 comeback win over Duke.
Manziel, a redshirt sophomore in 2013, declared for the NFL draft earlier this month.
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