Are you caught up on the buzz surrounding Drake’s alleged explicit photos making rounds on the internet? If not, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s the lowdown on Drake supposedly having his explicit photos leaked and subsequently confirming their authenticity.
When did the rumours begin?
Canadian rapper Drake sparked a social media frenzy when an explicit video purportedly featuring the artist surfaced online, according to the Independent. The footage allegedly depicts the singer in a nude state engaging in a sexual act. Adin Ross, a well-known Kick streamer who has collaborated with Drake in various videos, reportedly sent the rapper a voice message discussing the leaked clip.
Did Drake confirm the leaked photos?
Reportedly, Mr. Ross expressed his astonishment, stating, “We was just looking at the s. It’s like crazy bro, like a goddamn. 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 fing missile.” Subsequently, Drake responded to the message with “like eight laughing emojis,” hinting that he might use the streamer’s voice memo for his “next album intro.”
Despite the widespread speculation surrounding the alleged leak, Drake has yet to make any official statements regarding the matter. However, shortly after the incident, he shared a photo on his Instagram stories, believed to be taken in the cockpit of his private jet, captioned, “Cashville I’m home.”
Someone commented: “He doesn’t care? Because I wouldn’t either if my sh*t was like that one.”
Adin’s word is the only thing one can rest on that it is Drake himself, but based on his previous assessments of his manhood, this feels like something that he would say.
As you would expect, something like this does not go unnoticed by the internet, and it sparked a whole wave of hilarious memes. People couldn’t keep their thoughts to themselves about the clip and, like proper internet addicts, had to express themselves via reaction GIFs.
In a separate but related incident, AI-generated images portraying American singer Taylor Swift in a sexually inappropriate manner circulated on social media, sparking outrage among her fans and followers. These AI-generated photos depicted Ms Swift in explicit poses during a Kansas City Chiefs game. Notably, the pop star has been seen at several NFL matches this season, alongside her rumoured relationship with Travis Kelce.
Investigations revealed that these images originated from an AI celebrity porn website on January 15. The dissemination of these fabricated images prompted a response from White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, who expressed concern, stating, “We are alarmed by the reports of the circulation of false images. We are going to do what we can to deal with this issue,” as reported by Bloomberg.