Drake has issued a clarification to his fans and said that he is not on TikTok. He has also denied reacting to the TikTok video trolling his relationship with Millie Bobby Brown.
The Hotline Bling rapper has been making it to the headlines after he was reportedly mocked in a viral Tiktok video for celebrating his friend Millie Bobby Brown’s 18th birthday.
Interestingly, it turns out the rapper doesn’t use the video platform at all and the verified account using his name is fake.
In the video posted on the streaming app claimed that the rapper has been waiting for the 'Enola Holmes' star to be of legal age. In the TikTok clip, a user @skylarsheerman claimed that Drake was thrilled about "Enola Holmes" star turning 18.
She wrote in her caption, "Drake after Millie's 18th birthday announcement." She accompanied the video with audio from "SpongeBob SquarePants" the lyrics of the song said, "Finally, I've been trying to catch you, boys, all day." To which, a fake verified account of Drake replied, "Loool." However, Drake made it clear to Page Six on Tuesday, March 8, that he is not on TikTok.
The 'Stranger Things' star turned 18 on Saturday 19, February. He posted her video and pictures three days later on Tuesday, February 22.
Millie revealed that the rapper texted her “miss you” and gave her advice on the boy drama.
The 'Stranger Things' star revealed the rapper texted her “miss you” and gave her advice on the boy drama. Millie has always publicly protected her friendship with the rapper who is almost double her age. In 2018, she wrote on her Instagram, "Why u gotta make a lovely friendship ur headline?" She wrote on her Instagram story, "U guys are weird… For real."
Millie concluded, “I’m very blessed to have amazing people in my life. U dont get to chose that for me. it’s nice to have people understand what I do. Now get back to talking about real problems in the world other than my friendships… jeez.”
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