: Amidst the outpouring of condolences for the late country singer Toby Keith, rapper Drake emerges as an unexpected focal point, positioned just below the departed musician in trending discussions. However, the online chatter surrounding Drake seems disconnected from his musical pursuits.
On X, previously recognized as Twitter, Drake gains traction as users engage in conversations concerning a potentially NSFW “leaked video” associated with the “Worst Behaviour” rapper. Notably, Adin Ross, a well-acknowledged online streamer aware of the rumored Drake leak, playfully sends a voice memo to the rapper, acknowledging his “blessings” in multiple ways. Reportedly, Drake responds with “eight laughing emojis.”
While no visual evidence of the exchange has been disclosed, the public acknowledgment of the duo’s friendship is evident, with Drake previously expressing congratulations to Ross during a phone call for a significant win on an online betting site.
As of now, Drake has refrained from addressing the rapidly circulating online rumors. His latest Instagram post is dedicated to promoting an upcoming tour with Lil Durk and J. Cole, emphasizing “BIGGER & BIGGER” in the caption.
Whether the speculated inappropriate video is genuinely linked to Drake remains uncertain. Nonetheless, this incident adds the rapper to the roster of A-list stars recently embroiled in leaked video rumors, underscoring the ongoing trend of high-profile figures confronting such challenges in the digital era.