Golden Grams: Drake gives a big shoutout to Canadian rookie

And Mikael Kingsbury shows he's also the king of the camera

Golden 'Grams: Drake gives a big shoutout to Canadian rookie
Canadian rapper Drake, left, gives Team Canada hockey player Sarah Nurse a congratulatory shout out on Instagram after her first Olympic goal. © Kevin Winter/Getty Images/Kevin Light Photography

By Tanya Casole-Gouveia, CBC Sports

From Ghana to the 6ix, and of course in Pyeongchang, we're going worldwide for this edition of Golden Grams. 

Here's what Canadians were double-tapping on our feed today:

King of the hill is the king of the cam

Mikael Kingsbury went from the top of the podium to behind the camera to capture our "Photo of the Day." Seems like Mikael might have a future in media because he also tried his hand at journalism when he interviewed silver medallist Matt Graham after they both received their medals earlier this week. 

Getting down with Ghana

Karina LeBlanc usually brings the party wherever she goes. But this time, she found it with Ghana fans cheering for Skeleton athlete Akwasi Frimpong: the first athlete to represent the country in skeleton at the Olympics. 

Drake with the big ups

Champagnepapi, as he's known on the 'Gram, gave a shout out to Canadian rookie Sarah Nurse on her first Olympic goal. Here let us translate for you, "Only in Canada will you find a great player that goes top corner for a GOAL!"...or something like that.  

Here's that "Gino," from Wednesday nights Canada vs. USA hockey game.

And if you want to learn more about Nurse, cousin to Darnell and Kia, then watch her pre-game ritual. 

VIDEO | How I tape my stick: Sarah Nurse

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