Last week, Steph Curry partook in some Carpool Karaoke with CBS' James Corden.
This week, Draymond Green voiced his opinion on Curry's decision.
"Broke. Horrible. Horrible," Draymond told Marcus Thompson II on the Dray Day Podcast. "Like what are you doing, Steph? Broke.
"I laughed at it. It was terrible. I know a couple Frozen songs but ... no. I think Steph is an amazing father by the way ... he's an incredible person ... but just because you know a song doesn't make you a great father (laughing).
"Steph -- if you're listening ... I think you're an amazing father ... but hey bro, the song don't make you great."
Draymond also weighed in on the idea that many NBA superstars don't like how Steph Curry rose to fame and became the first unanimous MVP in NBA history.
"Number 1 -- looking at Steph, he's not supposed to be able to do what he does," Draymond started. "And so that right there alone, if pisses people off. He's way more than what everybody expected him to be or gave him a shot to be. I think most people look at it like, "Oh man, this was a privileged kid growing up. How did he become this? He ain't supposed to become this. It's supposed to be the guy from the hood that never had nothing and had to grind for everything.'
"But when you look at Steph's life, they had money but Steph wasn't treated like they had money ... he had chores. They didn't raise them like they were just these privileged kids, which shows why they have two sons in the NBA and a daughter who's doing great in college...
"Everybody just wanted to make him out to be this soft, jump-shooting guy. And he continued to get better and better and better ... all those that hate on Steph -- it all goes back to an old saying: 'They want to see you do good, but never better than them.'
"And that's what it boils down to. That's jealousy ... that ain't never changing."