If you’ve ever wondered where Drake got his “Champagne Papi” ways apparently it’s from his father, and now it it’s being reported that Dennis Graham may be in talks to star in TV project that focuses on his love of the ladies.

According to TMZ, Graham and his business partner and reality producer David Weintraub, are reportedly in serious talks with at least two different TV networks, who have shown a considerable amount of interest in the project.

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It is being speculated that the tongue-in-cheek program will have the same tone and feel of prior dating reality shows like “Flavor of Love” and its spinoff “I Love New York” which were both major hits for VH1.

Aside from Graham’s quest for love, the series also plans to capitalize on the fact that he is the father of Drake, with viewers being treated to insider access as he hits up trendy clubs, drives exotic vehicles and flaunts the luxurious lifestyle his son’s success has exposed him to.

There’s no word on how supportive Drizzy is of this endeavor, but recently the rapper admitted he was deeply hurt buy his father’s claims that he fabricated their estranged relationship during his childhood just to sell albums.

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The Toronto native has often reflected on how his life was shaped by his father’s absence after he left his mother, but during an interview on Nick Cannon‘s radio show Graham accused his son of making the whole saga up for publicity.

“Woke today so hurt man,” Drake wrote on Instagram in response. “It’s sad when family gets like this but what can we really do that’s the people we are stuck with . . . Every bar I ever spit was the truth and the truth is hard for some people to accept.”

Despite the hurtful allegations, a short while later a Halloween photo showed the 33 year old dressed up like his dad for the holiday with Graham by his side.

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