Drake has spoken about the viral, allegedly leaked X-rated video of him engaging in a sexual act.

During the Nashville stop of his “It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As the What?” tour with J. Cole — and Lil Durk for this performance — Drake, 37, told the audience, “I know y’all probably waitin’ on me to address this, so the rumors are true,” he paused, “My dad is here! That’s what y’all were waitin’ for?”

The “Way 2 Sexy” rapper did not elaborate any further about the video.

The Post has contacted a rep for Drake for comment.

The Super Bowl-themed tour also included pre-recorded sports commentary from ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith and social media star BenDaDonnn in between acts.

In one moment, The Tennessean reports, Smith said, “Maybe what they’re saying is true—maybe Graham is past his prime, over the hill,” he said, referring to Drake’s real name, Aubrey Graham. “We haven’t seen Jermaine Cole in the game all night.”

Drake, 37, joked about the alleged video of him on Wednesday. WireImage

“And then, correct me if I’m wrong, Stephen A., but didn’t [Drake] start an OnlyFans yesterday?” Ben replied. “On Twitter, he was trending… anyway… whatever he do tonight he’s gonna have to step up his game. ‘Cause if he don’t, and if he take this L tonight, it’s gonna be detrimental for light skin brothers across the globe.”

On Wednesday popular Kick streamer and Drake’s friend, Adin Ross, allegedly sent the “God’s Plan” rapper a voice memo about the clip after it went viral.

In the recording shared on social media, Ross said, “We was just looking at the s–t. It’s like crazy bro, like goddamn.”

Drake sits courtside during a Knicks game at Madison Square Garden. MSG Sports
Drake performs at the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival at T-Mobile Arena on September 23, 2016, in Las Vegas, Nevada. WireImage

He claimed Drizzy replied with “like eight laughing emojis” and that the five-time Grammy winner said he might use Ross’ memo as his “next album intro.”

While Drake didn’t have much to say about the viral video, he had plenty to say ahead of the Grammys on Sunday night despite not attending the awards.

“All you incredible artists remember this show isn’t the facts it’s just the opinion of a group of people who’s name [sic] are kept a secret. (literally you can google it),” he wrote on his Instagram Story ahead of the annual ceremony.

“Congrats to anybody winning anything for hip hop but this show doesn’t dictate s – – t in our world,” he added.



By Erin Keller

Source link