Drake Viral Video: Canadian Rapper reacts to his controversial clip by texting Adin Ross
Kick Streamer Adin Ross texted the Canadian singer & rapper Drake about the viral video and he allegedly reacted to it.-
Canadian rapper & singer Drake on Tuesday broke the internet after a controversial clip of him went viral on social media. Drake Viral Video sent shockwaves all around the world when the Canadian rapper was seen filming himself in his bed. While at first, the viral Drake Video puzzled the fans as many of them could not believe that the pop-star can pull out such an act, another section of fans started to share hilarious reactions on X. In fact, Drake video garnered reactions from all around including from the world of streaming platform Kick. Meaning that kick Streamer Adin Ross texted Drake about the viral video and the rapper allegedly reacted to it. Below is Drake Reaction on Viral Video-
What did Drake say in the controversial clip?
Kick streamer Adin Ross, who has appeared in videos with Drake, 37, before, decided to send him a voice memo about the clip. In the recording shared on social media, Adin Ross can be heard saying, "We was just looking at the s***. 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***ing missile."
Thereafter, Adin Ross claimed that Drake texted him back and 'put like eight laughing emojis', before suggesting he might use the streamer’s voice note as his 'next album intro'.
It is pertinent to mention here that multiple US media portals reported that Drake's Team has refused to comment on the ongoing viral video controversy. Also, they have declined to say anything about the authenticity of the alleged Drake video.
Before Drake Viral Video row, the Canadian Rapper grabbed the headlines on Monday when he called out Grammys. Drake, a five-time Grammy winner and one of the most successful rap artists of his generation expressed his dissatisfaction with the 2024 Grammy Awards, where he and his collaborator 21 Savage were nominated for four categories but did not win any.