A way 2 sexy video of one certified lover boy has leaked online and social media has been thrown into a frenzy.
On Tuesday, Drake became the number one trending topic on X after an alleged leaked video appeared to show the 37-year-old rapper laying naked in bed from the waist down, while engaging in a sexual act.
Hundreds of thousands of people on the social platform reacted to the alleged leaked video. Meanwhile, super sleuths quickly deduced that the headboard behind the gentleman in the clip matches Drake’s headboard on his custom $185 Million Private Jet named Air Drake.
Popular Kick streamer Adin Ross, a friend of the “God’s Plan” rapper, who has appeared in videos with him, allegedly sent Drake a voice memo about the clip after it went viral.
In the recording shared on social media, Ross says: “We was just looking at the s –t. It’s like crazy bro, like god damn.”
“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 added.
After he allegedly sent Drake the message, Ross claims the artist, whose real name is Aubrey Drake Graham, texted him back with “like eight laughing emojis.” He also suggested he might use the streamer’s voice note as his “next album intro.”
The Post has contacted reps for Drake for comment.
It is unclear if Drake’s alleged response was a confirmation that the video was of him but the rapper has not made any other comments regarding the viral clip.
The clip comes a mere weeks after fake pornographic images of Taylor Swift, generated using artificial intelligence, were circulated on social media.
Swifties around the globe banded together to bury the images by sharing an slew of positive posts about the “Karma” singer.
“How is this not considered sexual assault??” one X user asked. “We are talking about the body/face of a woman being used for something she probably would never allow/feel comfortable how are there no regulations laws preventing this.”
Swift, 34, was reportedly “furious” after the AI-generated nude images of her were circulating across social media, and according to a report she was considering taking legal action.
“Whether or not legal action will be taken is being decided but there is one thing that is clear: these fake AI generated images are abusive, offensive, exploitative and done without Taylor’s consent and/or knowledge,” a source close to the pop star told the Daily Mail.
“Taylor’s circle of family and friends are furious, as are her fans obviously. They have the right to be, and every woman should be,” the source added, noting that the X account that originally posted the X-rated content “does not exist anymore.”
By Danica Daniel