Drake Kisses and Touches 17-Yr-Previous Fan Onstage in Resurfaced Viral Video
Drake is drawing controversy over a resurfaced outdated video of him kissing and touching a 17-year-old woman that he had introduced up onstage at considered one of his concert events.
The clip, which went viral simply earlier than this weekend, was filmed in 2010 and happened at a present in Denver, in accordance with a YouTube person. Drake mentions Colorado onstage within the video. The age of sexual consent in that state is 17.
Drake’s rep declined to touch upon the video.
Within the clip, the rapper, then 23 years outdated, slow-dances with the woman, then rubs and kisses her shoulder and hugs her round her chest whereas standing behind her, as she smiles.
“I get in bother for s–t like this,” he tells the viewers, then asks the fan, “How outdated are you?”
“Seventeen,” she replies, as he expresses dismay, prompting the gang to go wild.
“I am unable to go to jail but, man,” he says. “Seventeen? How do you seem like that? You thick. Have a look at all this.”
“I had enjoyable,” he provides. “I do not know whether or not I ought to really feel responsible or not, however I had enjoyable. I like the way in which your breasts really feel in opposition to my chest. I simply wish to thanks.”
He then kisses her hand, each her cheeks, her brow and her lips, because the viewers cheered and clapped.
“It is OK, I am solely 23,” Drake stated. “I can do s–t like that proper there.”
Drake, now 32 and a former teen actor himself, has not commented on their remarks.
The rapper, like many male artists, often takes time throughout his concert events to sing to and work together with an excited feminine fan chosen by a crew member.
R&B singer Akon drew controversy in 2007 for having simulated intercourse with a 15-year-old woman he pulled up on stage throughout a present in Trinidad. A video of the onstage romp went viral, and was one of many first superstar movies to go viral. He later apologized, saying he did not notice she was underage. The controversy spurred Verizon to drop its sponsorship of a Gwen Stefani tour, which had featured Akon as the opening act.
In 2017, Drake made headlines when he stopped a live performance to name out a handsy viewers member for groping ladies.
“Cease that s–t,” he stated into his microphone. “In the event you do not cease touching women, I will come on the market and f–k you up.”