Drake trends on X over alleged ‘leaked’ X-rated video – as rapper ‘appears to respond’ to social media furore

Drake became the number one trending topic on X after an alleged X-rated video of the star was reportedly leaked online.

The rapper, 37, who recently hacked the Grammys, sent the internet and fans into a frenzy after a clip surfaced showing the star lying naked in bed engaging in a sex act.

Hundreds of thousands of fans quickly began reacting to the clip in disbelief. The rapper has not issued an official response or statement to the video.

Kick streamer Adin Ross, who is friends with the rapper, claimed he sent Drake a voice memo saying: ‘We were just watching the s**t. It’s like crazy bro, like god damn.

“You’re blessed with your voice, you’re blessed to act, you’re blessed to be you, you’re blessed to be number one and you’re also blessed to have a f**king missile.”

Drake became the number one trending topic on X after an alleged X-rated video of the star was reportedly leaked online (Photo 2022)

Drake became the number one trending topic on X after an alleged X-rated video of the star was reportedly leaked online (Photo 2022)

Ross claimed Drake responded to him with ‘eight laughing face emojis’ and could use the voice memo as his ‘next album intro’.

It’s not clear if Drake’s alleged reaction was the star confirming the video was him. He made no further comment on the situation or video.

DailyMail.com has contacted Drake’s representatives for comment.

It comes after Drake slammed the 2024 Grammy Awards, claiming it wasn’t ‘n***’ as angry SZA fans demanded she be stripped of an award on Sunday.

Following Taylor Swift’s Album Of The Year win, the rapper and SZA’s fans came out to the awards show.

Taylor, 34, made history when she earned the top honor for her album Midnights at the end of the night in a surprise appearance by music icon Celine Dion.

Drake, who did not attend this year’s ceremony, has since dismissed Taylor’s win as he took to Instagram to re-share his iconic 2019 acceptance speech after picking up a Grammy five years ago.

Alongside the repost, he wrote: ‘All you amazing artists remember, this show is not the facts, it’s just the opinion of a group of people whose name is being kept secret (literally you can google it).

The rapper, 37, who recently hacked the Grammys, sent the internet and fans into a frenzy after a clip emerged to show the star lying naked in bed engaging in a sex act (photo 2019)

The rapper, 37, who recently hacked the Grammys, sent the internet and fans into a frenzy after a clip emerged to show the star lying naked in bed engaging in a sex act (photo 2019)

“Congratulations to anyone who won anything for hip hop, but this show doesn’t dictate s*** in our world.”

Meanwhile, SZA fans claimed the artist should have won the Album Of The Year award instead of Taylor, even though she has already won three awards.

With X, formerly known as Twitter, fans of the singer rushed to the comments to demand that she was robbed of her success.

Some wrote: ‘sza snubbed album of the year #GRAMMYS’

‘SZA was robbed omfg’.

It comes after Drake slammed the 2024 Grammy Awards, claiming it wasn't 'n***' as angry SZA fans demanded she be stripped of an award on Sunday.

It comes after Drake slammed the 2024 Grammy Awards, claiming it wasn’t ‘n***’ as angry SZA fans demanded she be stripped of an award on Sunday.

SZA was the most nominated artist coming into the event with nine.

She won Best R&B Song for her hit Snooze, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance with Phoebe Bridgers for Ghost In The Machine as well as Best Progressive R&B Album for SOS.

Other Best Album nominees include Oliva Rodrigo, Miley Cyrus, Jon Batiste, Janelle Monae and Boygenius.