Green’s Dictionary of Slang

drag v.3

[drag n.3 ]

1. (US campus) to joke, to jest.

[US]E.H. Babbitt ‘College Words and Phrases’ in DN II:i 33: drag, v. 3. To tease. 4. To joke.

2. (US campus) to criticize in public.

C. Eble (ed.) UNC-CH Campus Sl. Fall 4: DRAG — publicly point out someone’s faults or wrongdoings: ‘She completely dragged Billy on that Facebook post’.