Drake Teases Sex Tape Leak During Concert
After breaking the internet with his alleged sex tape, Drake finally hinted at the leak during his concert in Nashville.
“I’m so happy to be back with you tonight. Last time, last time I was here was in 2018, so it’s been too long,” he said to the crowd, referencing the Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour and paying tribute to the late Takeoff.
“I know you probably waiting on me to address this, so uh…the rumors are true,” he said, before changing the subject: “My dad is here tonight. That’s what you’ve been waiting on, right?”
Take a look at the moment here caught on fan video.
Drake Gets Call About Alleged Sex Tape Leak
An NSFW video has surfaced online of a man masturbating, and many fans believe the person to be Drake. The Toronto rapper was trending earlier this week, where the video shows a man from the waist down naked in the mirror. The rapper seemingly confirmed that it was him in the video when he responded to video game streamer Adin Ross, who was made aware of the video during his livestream. He texted Drake about the video, and the rapper responded quickly with a bunch of laughing emojis.
Drake allegedly responded to Adin Ross via text, appearing to confirm that the leaked video of the rapper, which is currently circulating on social media, is real.pic.twitter.com/sBU2LmLckn— Dexerto (@Dexerto) February 6, 2024
Fans React To Drake’s Alleged Sex Tape
The video garnered thousands of responses from fans on several social media platforms once the alleged tape began to circulate.
“Looked up Drake thinking he was trending for new music and…” one fan wrote, responding with a shocked GIF.
“Ngl drake really a perfect a– dude bro light skin, unlimited money, drippy and now he has a big d— we can’t compete,” one fan wrote.
“My girl hasn’t posted anything about that Drake video,” another fan wrote with crying emojis.
“Drake said something at the end of this verse.and we thought he’s just rapping,” a fan wrote with a clip of him rapping his bar “Yes Lord, I don’t really say this often/But this long d— n—- ain’t for the long talkin” from “F—– Problem.”