Rapper Drake trending on Twitter/X after plane meat video leak goes viral

Rapper Drake trending on Twitter/X after plane meat video leak goes viral

A leaked explicit video that appeared to feature Grammy Award-winning artist Drake went viral, leading to a meme frenzy with his viral meat leak video now trending on Twitter/X

Drake has been popular on X after the video titled Drake Leaked Video, which purportedly featured the musician filming himself, went viral on the internet. The material in this video prevents TSG from sharing it here. It’s important to keep in mind that the singer’s face is mostly hidden by the cellphone used to film the explicit video, making it impossible for us to confirm that the person in the video is, in fact, the singer.

Rapper Drake trending on Twitter/X and Reddit after meat video leak goes viral

However, not long after the video went viral, the singer started trending online, which sparked an outpouring of shocked comments. The leak’s origin is still a mystery. Unaware social media users who happened upon a leaked video purporting to feature Canadian artist Drake have responded after the video spread like wildfire.

Even though there is no proof that the person in the video was Drake, as his face was not very clear, there’s a chance it may have been altered. Whatever the reason, social media users began flooding the timeline with the phrase “Drake Leaked Video” in an effort to get viral views.


Drake responds with a story

Drake, whose real name is Aubrey Drake Graham, shared a picture on his Instagram Stories a few hours after the leak that initially seemed unconnected to the controversy.

The image, nevertheless, might be interpreted as a reference to the recording, which was allegedly recorded aboard his private jet. The caption on the Instagram Stories photo, which appeared to have been taken in the plane’s cockpit, said, “Cashville, I’m home.”


Drake’s video comes weeks after Taylor Swift’s X-rated deepfake photos

Drake’s NSFW video was released weeks after sexually explicit photos of Taylor Swift went viral on X, in violation of the platform’s policies prohibiting such content. The pop singer was shown in way too explicit poses in the nonconsensual photos, which seemed to have been created with artificial intelligence.

US media reports that, following some of the photo posts, the account that originally uploaded the images was suspended. In just 19 hours, the phony photos received over 27 million views and 260,000 likes.


Joe Benarroch, X’s head of business operations, stated that X then temporarily stopped allowing people to search for Taylor Swift by name in order to prioritize safety. He added that the action was implemented with extreme prudence and that it was just temporary.


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