Drake sparked a social media frenzy on Tuesday, not for his latest hit, but due to an alleged leaked video that appeared to show the Canadian rapper in a compromising position. Twitter was abuzz with reactions from hundreds of thousands of users discussing the video.
The alleged leak caught the attention of popular Kick streamer Adin Ross, who has collaborated with Drake in the past. Ross sent a voice memo to Drake expressing his shock over the situation. In the shared recording, Ross acknowledges Drake’s talents and success before joking about the incident. According to Ross, Drake responded with humor, using laughing emojis and even suggesting he might incorporate Ross’s voice note into his next album.
While Drake has not made any public statements regarding the leaked video, speculation suggests it may have been filmed on his private jet. The Independent reached out to Drake’s representatives for comment, but no response has been received as of yet.
This incident comes shortly after pornographic deepfake images of Taylor Swift circulated on social media, violating the platform’s rules against such content. These nonconsensual images, believed to be created using artificial intelligence, depicted Swift in explicit poses. Despite the platform’s efforts to remove the content and block searches related to Swift, the incident highlights ongoing challenges with online safety and the spread of inappropriate material.
In response to the incident, the social media platform reiterated its strict policies against posting such content, emphasizing its commitment to maintaining a safe and respectful environment for all users. They assured that any further violations would be promptly addressed and the content removed.
As both Drake and Taylor Swift navigate these privacy breaches, the incidents underscore the importance of vigilance and enforcement of online safety measures to protect individuals from exploitation and violation of their rights.