Drake reportedly shares a hilarious and unbothered reaction as an X-rated clip allegedly of the rapper goes viral on X, formerly Twitter, after being leaked by an anonymous source
Drake has shared his seemingly unbothered reaction following an extremely X-rated video allegedly of the rapper went viral.
On Tuesday morning the Grammy award-winning rapper was all the buzz as a shocking explicit video circulated on X, formerly known as Twitter, that many believe featured Drake. In the video, a man is seen laying down masturbating in bed while recording himself in a full-length mirror. The original video was reported to be sent privately but was later leaked online by a source that has yet to be revealed.
After the clip garnered thousands of views a popular streamer named Adin Ross, who is a close friend of Drake’s, sent him a voice memo on his live stream asking what he thought about the footage. In the audio message the YouTuber joked about how blessed the rapper is to not only have talent but also a “f****g missile.”
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In the audio recording Ross said to Drake: “I’m still Live, bro. We was just looking at the s–t. It’s like crazy bro, like God damn,” and continued: “You’re blessed with your voice, you’re blessed with performing, you’re blessed to be you, you’re blessed to be number one and you’re also blessed to have a f–king missile.”
Ross claimed Drake laughed off the viral video and replied with a text and “put like eight laughing emojis.” The rapper then allegedly went on to send another message to Ross that read: “This might be my next album intro.” To which Ross and Ross’ friend cracked up and said: “He doesn’t care? Sh*t I wouldn’t either if my sh*t was like that. Like my god I wouldn’t care.”
The leaked X-rated video allegedly of the rapper comes as the 37-year-old artist is currently on his It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As the What? with J Cole featuring performances from all of his greatest hits from 2010 to today. While Drake hasn’t publicly addressed the video himself the rapper is set to take the stage Wednesday, February 7th as he will be performing at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee.
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