OVO Sound leader Drake has the Internet scratching its head. The 6 God has mysteriously deleted a now-viral Instagram post bashing a California private residency.
According to reports, Drizzy deleted his controversial IG post shortly after it went up.
10:15 AM EST - For some reason, Drake deleted his Instagram post calling out The Madison Club. Of course, he has nearly 36 million followers, many of whom are already ripping the club, so the damage might be done. The club went on to say, "We are very sorry for the inconvenience and we will be issuing out a formal apology to you and the public. We will also be investigating this as we do not tolerate racial discrimination." (TMZ)
A few hours ago, the 6 God made headlines after blasting The Madison Club.
This past weekend, Drake made headlines after popping up at the Coachella music festival with rap star Future.
Future brought out fellow Atlanta rappers Migos for a shouty rendition of their Donald Glover-endorsed hit Bad and Bougie, with beatmaker Zaytoven also in the mix. But that was not the extent of the surprises. When Drake appeared to perform their collaboration Jumpman, a cacophony of squeals erupted from the audience and bodies rushed towards the stage from all sides. Drake took the lead for three tracks - including ubiquitous radio hit Fake Love - and led the crowd in a sporting round of sing-along of the track before leaving the stage to Future, who delivered one more song as the crowd began to leave after Drake departed. (The Guardian)
Future made sure to leave memorable moments on people's minds from his Coachella debut.
?There were tender moments in the set, like Future performing the vulnerable number "My Collection" and The Weeknd-assisted "Coming Out Strong." His parting gift, though, was the hit that launched a thousand challenge videos, "Mask Off," which boasts the street commandments "Chase a check/ Never chase a b-tch." Though unfiltered and direct in delivery, his latest releases show that Future continues to even outdo himself. (Billboard)
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