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Drake is so tired of you putting him in memes

Technically Incorrect: On "Saturday Night Live," everyone's beloved rapper sings that he's fed up of you loving him in memes.

Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.

He's in pain, don't you see?

SNL/YouTube screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET

You wouldn't want to be Drake.

Yes, almost everyone of both sexes wants to hold him close. Yes, he's got lots of money. Yes, he's even appeared in a T-Mobile ad.

But his life's not perfect, and it's your fault.

You keep putting him in memes.

For some reason, you cannot get enough of him. More specifically, you cannot get enough of posting his picture with some version of a line you cobbled together with the inspiration of LOLCats.

Drake wants you to stop.

The first thing he did as host of "Saturday Night Live" was to sing about how awful it is to be the subject of so many Internet moments.

The memes are hurting him. Especially if they include the word "fart."

He wants to scream that he's more than a meme. People say they care about him, then they replace ET's head with his in some internet jape.

It's affecting his artistry.

Naturally, his appearance on SNL caused quite a few people to, well, take images from it and make memes out of them.

No, I won't link to any of them. Drake would be even more hurt.

I cannot confirm that his next album will be a series of Rick Astley covers.