Drake Rapping His Own Songs At Karaoke Is A Mood
By Lauren Crawford
November 13, 2018
Drake chooses Drake always!
In a series of videos shared to the "In My Feelings" rapper's Instagram Story, Drake, who appeared to be under the influence, performed a few of his hits during a karaoke night out with his friend.
While inside what looked like a karaoke machine of sorts, the "Survival" rapper belted out, through laughter, a few bars of "Nonstop." "Something wrong with him," he said with a mic in hand, before repeating "ay" a few times, and ending the clip in complete hysterics. (Not his best performance, but it was still a pleasure to watch)
It wasn't long before Drake shared a second video of himself continuing to live his best life. In the short clip, Drake is literally cracking up while making fun of his friend, who seemed anything but amused as the "I'm Upset" rapper pointed the camera's attention to the music video for his Travis Scott collab "Sicko Mode," which was playing on the karaoke screen.
While the videos ended there, it'd be safe to assume that Drake's night was a ten. (get it, like his song "8 out of 10"? lol)
Drake's carefree karaoke outing came hours after his rap nemesis Pusha T was forced to take to social media to deny that he threw shade at Drake during his performance at Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival over the weekend.
As previously reported, the words "F**k Drake" appeared on a screen during Pusha's set. Many believed the offensive visual was Pusha's continuation of his feud with the Canadian rapper. However, the Pusha later took to social media to deny that he had anything to do with the shady visual. "Corny a** tech dude f**king with my screens at @CampFlogGnaw," he wrote on Twitter. "I speak for myself and all of you know how I make my statements!! Dissing anybody on screen isn’t part of my show."
Clearly, Drake was anything but bothered.
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