What Kind of Porn does Drake Watch? He Answers in This Mischievous Clip with 21 Savage


Drake is a man of many talents: rapper, actor, producer, businessman. He’s the Midas of the rap game. This naturally leads inquiring (or bored) minds to want to know — what kind of porn does Drake watch?

Before we answer that question, let’s have a quick review of Drake’s many accolades, courtesy EOnline: he last year was crowned Billboard’s Artist of the Decade, there’s few streaming records he doesn’t hold and he’s the top singles artist ever according to the The Recording Industry Association of America.

So when Drake answered the question in a (fake) Howard Stern Show interview clip, the answer didn’t quite floor us:

“Top. Just the highest tier of top givers. That’s what I’m consistently, like on a daily basis tuned into … those are like the real superstars of the world to me.”
-Drake

Damn. That’s a top dawg response if we’ve every heard one.

Drake posted the fake clip today on his Instagram in what is made to look like an appearance on Howard Stern dated October 26. It’s actually a promotion for his upcoming album with frequent collaborator 21 Savage, Her Loss, due to be released this Friday, that repurposes video from an interview Stern had with comedian Jerrod Carmichael.

 

Real or not, it’s a noteworthy Q&A for a reason — Drake famously has a child, Adonis, who recently turned 5, with former-French-adult-star-turned-painter Sophie Brussaux.

Many of us will remember the infamous 2018 saga that started with a beef between Drake and rapper Pusha T and ended with King Push revealing the love child on diss track “The Story of Adidon.”

Historically, Drake hasn’t comment much on his relationship with Brussaux, save for few lyrical call-outs.

“Co-parent of the year, we figured out a rapport,” the ChampaignPapi says of his role and their relationship on “Champaign Poetry,” the opening track from last year’s album Certified Lover Boy.

In the extended doctored clip, the question segued naturally to “Howard’s” next, asking Drake if he could ever make a marital commitment to a woman.

“I’m sure I could, you know,” Drake responds, “Once all this is said and done for us, and that addiction of work and success and forward movement is over, I feel like we’re all gonna need something real. Hopefully it’s not too late.”

For those hoping Drake puts a ring on their finger, it should be noted that this is comedy and should taken as such, as Drake doesn’t shy away from self-deprecation (see his SNL appearances or his dance off with Chris Brown in the video for “No Guidance”).

This isn’t the first bit of mischief Drake and 21 Savage have embarked on in promotion of Her Loss. They’ve also released a knockoff Vogue cover and dummy Tiny Desk Concert clip.

We’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for whatever other shenanigans they cook up this week.

 

 

 

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