Open Post: Hosted By Drake Talking About How He Disguised Himself As An Old Man To Go To His Friend’s Court Hearing Without Being Recognized
During a video interview with Lil Yachty, published on the FUTUREMOOD YouTube channel last Friday, Drake spilled the tea on how he endured three hours of prosthetics just to support a friend who had to appear in a court hearing. Take notes, Sacha Baron Cohen. This doesn’t come as a surprise since Drake has a long history of cringe rich people antics, like making a necklace of unused engagement rings, buying friends luxury toilets, and, worst of all, taking Julia Fox on a date. Thoughts and prayers go out to anyone who still takes this man seriously.
Drizzy wanted to support his friend in court but didn’t want anyone to recognize him. So the only rational thing to do was disguise himself as an 80-year-old man so he wouldn’t disrupt his friend’s legal proceedings. Regardless, people still managed to recognize him under the grandpa drag.
“Everyone is like, ‘Is that Drake as an 80-year-old?'” he said to Yachty. “Yo, I had one of the best Hollywood makeup artists in the world and they were still like, ‘That’s definitely Drake in there,” he added. “It did not work.”
No one seems to be surprised that this is something Drake would do. This is coming from the man who drizzles hot sauce into his condoms (hence the name Drizzy?) to prevent women from stealing his high-in-demand spunk, which came out when one Instagram “model” planned to sue him after squeezing the condom’s elixir of hot sauce sperm into her coochie. A dick like that should come with a “Caution: Hot” sign.
drake saying he did 3 HRS of prosthetics to go to a court date for someone he cared abt is literally so on brand ajbdhsnsndhdjwhhdhehehdjej
— ♡hayley♡ (@hayleyxhills) February 28, 2023
In less important news, Drake slips into his interview that he thinks about peacing out of the industry with occasional projects here and there, depending on how he’s feeling that day.
“I’m not ready now, but to gracefully continue making projects that are extremely interesting and hopefully cherished by people and then to find the right time to say like, ‘I can’t wait to see what the next generation does’,” he said. “I’ll still be around to like work with people or do a show here and there, but I’m not going to force myself to compete. I would love to just see what the next generation does whenever that time is.”
In his own words, “hate to see you go but love to watch you leave.” Maybe there are different work ventures Drizzy has in mind for the future. By the looks of it, he’d making a killing in the hot sauce business.