Video of Drake kissing and groping teen girl on stage sparks outrage

The clip, which was filmed some years ago according to the Daily Beast, shows the 'Hotline Bling' rapper getting up close and personal with a young woman he pulled on stage during a concert.

After commenting on the unnamed fan's hair, Drake pulls her shirt to the side before kissing her on the neck and wrapping his arms around her chest, while the crowd erupts in cheers.

"Y'all going to have me get carried away again," he tells the audience.

"I get in trouble for shit like this!"

Drake crashed his cousin's prom

The rapper showed up in Memphis over the weekend, reportedly to escort his cousin, Jalaah Moore, and her date to the prom.

Drake posted a photo of the couple on his official Instagram account with the caption "Prom 2017 #FairleyHighSchool #901 #YoungLove."

Moore also shares some images from her big night, tagging one of them as the "Best Day Everrrr."


Drake to star in British drama Top Boy

Ashley Walters, who plays Dushane, told the Daily Mirror that producers are making a "significant role" for the Canadian.

He says the rapper met the show's creators last week to talk about the role.

"We met up to start talking about the show and we are working out a role for him," he told the newspaper.

"He loves acting, of course he wanted a part. He's going to be really hands on and is getting stuck into it."

Fans furious as Drake postpones same gig for the third time

The doors had already opened for the show and the Ziggo Dome was full.

According to the promoter, the Canadian rapper was advised not to perform by a doctor after falling ill.

"I'm really sorry to tell you that tonight's gig cannot take place. Drake got sick. His doctor told him not to perform."

The postponed show has been moved to Wednesday night instead.

This is the third time the Amsterdam show has been cancelled.

His performances on 20 and 21 January were initially moved to 26 and 27 January. But they were postponed again until 27 and 28 March.

Drake's new More Life 'playlist' album boosts UK music

Skepta, Giggs, Sampha and Jorja Smith all feature on the rapper's 22-track project.

More Life debuted on Apple's iTunes Radio, where it was played in full, a move other radio stations around the world followed.

It meant millions of listeners being introduced to new UK talent.

The platform and exposure Drake has given the four UK acts is something that record labels spend millions, and hire whole departments, trying to achieve.

And that's often with little success.

Drake offers free gig after Travis Scott fell into a hole

The 24-year-old was joining the Canadian as a special guest on his Boy Meets World tour.

He was performing Goosebumps when he tripped into the cavity in the middle of the stage, damaging part of the set.

He disappeared for a few seconds before Drake helped him back out.

Travis didn't seem hurt but apparently it meant a huge globe was broken and couldn't come out on stage.

This Instagram picture shows how the globe should have looked...

Drake then told fans he was doing this "for free tonight" and he'd "deal with it later".


Drake presents Rihanna with award and says he loves her

But they didn't just present it to her...They gave Drake the stage to do so, and his introduction was almost too precious for our hearts to handle. 

He recalled the first moment he met the Barbadian singer—in 2005, while working as an extra on her "Pon de Replay" music video. He commended her fashion and her ability to remain true to herself. But most importantly, he dropped the L-word...and we all basically died.

Drake and Eminem: What feud?

Drake shocked his Detroit audience Tuesday night when he brought hometown rapper Eminem to the stage.

The Canadian rapper and singer, who is currently on his Summer Sixteen Tour, quickly squashed rumblings of a feud with Eminem.

"Make some noise for the greatest rapper to ever get on a microphone. He goes by the name of Eminem," Drake said.

Eminem reciprocated the love.

"Detroit, make some motherf**king noise for Drake," Eminem said.

Drake declares his love for Rihanna during NYC concert

The Canadian rapper performed at Madison Square Garden in New York City Saturday night and declared his love for R&B songstress while addressing the crowd.

 "If you've got love for Rihanna in New York City...cuz you know I've got love for Rihanna," he told the audience before launching into a few of her songs, according to Page Six. The concert also featuredFuture.

Drake's One Dance edges closer to UK chart record

His single One Dance is now only two weeks away from breaking the record for the longest uninterrupted reign at the top of the chart.

Bryan Adams's single Everything I Do (I Do It For You), which held the number one spot for 16 weeks in 1991, is the current record holder.

The last single to notch up 15 weeks at number one was Wet Wet Wet's Love Is All Around, released in 1994.

One Dance owes much of its continued success to its popularity on streaming sites.

The song received 4.33 million streams this week - equivalent to 43,300 sales.