During the Young Money Reunion Tour at Budweiser Stage in Toronto on Saturday, Drake made a bold statement by declaring Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj the greatest rappers of all time. The Canadian artist, aged 35, praised Lil Wayne, who was also on stage with him, calling him the greatest rapper of all time. He then turned his attention to Nicki Minaj, who he referred to as the other greatest rapper of all time while pointing at her pink hair. As a proud Torontonian, Drake declared that the city was the greatest in the world, and he was honored to perform alongside such legendary artists.
Drake, at 35 years old, recently praised Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj as the greatest rappers of all time during the Young Money Reunion Tour in Toronto. He specifically applauded Minaj, describing her as the originator and stating that no one can compete with her. At the reunion, Minaj also expressed gratitude towards her Young Money Entertainment colleagues and emphasized the importance of remembering one’s family when at the top. This reunion was highly anticipated since it marked the first time in seven years that Drake, Lil Wayne, and Nicki Minaj performed together. The show began at 8 p.m., and unfortunately, Lil Wayne encountered issues at the border and could not attend the event. However, Drake ensured that the show went on smoothly.
Achievement unlocked: The performance showcasing the iconic rappers signaled the comeback of OVO Fest after a two-year hiatus.
Drake complimented Minaj by saying that she is the original trendsetter. According to him, Minaj’s influence starts from the very beginning and extends to the end. He expressed his admiration for her in a positive tone.
Drake made his hometown proud by declaring it as ‘the greatest city in the world’. Meanwhile, Lil Wayne performed some of his popular tracks such as Mrs. Officer, Rich as F***, Loyal, Steady Mobbin and A Milli. Nicki Minaj also rocked the stage with a 20-minute setlist that included Beez In The Trap, Chun-Li, Hold Yuh (Remix), Crocodile Teeth and Superbass. At 10:45 p.m., Drake appeared and played for 45 minutes, featuring hits like Calling My Name, Marvin’s Room, Sticky, Too Sexy and Knife Song. Finally, the trio shared the stage for a half-hour set, performing Up All Night, The Motto, Moment For Life, HYFR and EveryGirl in the World. During his set, Drake acknowledged Lil Wayne’s support earlier in his career when he and his mother received $30,000 from him. Drake expressed gratitude and called Lil Wayne “the most selfless man on planet earth”.
During his performance, Drake expressed his appreciation towards Lil Wayne for his immense support during the early days of his career. He even shared about how Lil Wayne gave him and his mother a generous $30,000 which he is very thankful for.
Drake made a notable appearance recently following his announcement that he had contracted COVID-19 for the second time earlier this month. The rapper revealed on Monday that he had to postpone his much-awaited Young Money Reunion show, which was set to take place at his OVO Fest in Toronto, after testing positive for the virus. Drake expressed his deep disappointment to his fans through a lengthy statement shared on his Instagram stories. This marks the second instance of Drake testing positive for COVID-19, with the first being in the summer of 2021.
News just in: Drake has recently disclosed that he tested positive for COVID-19 a second time earlier this month.
In June of 2014, Drake, Lil Wayne, and Minaj put on a performance in New Jersey that left their fans awestruck. However, in a recent announcement, Drake revealed that he tested positive for Covid and had to reschedule the Young Money Reunion show that was scheduled for the same night. He expressed his disappointment and apologized for letting everyone down, promising to keep the city posted on the new date as soon as possible. He also urged his fans to stay safe and healthy and promised to give them his best performance once he tests negative for Covid.
Article: The Young Money Reunion, a much-awaited show scheduled for Monday at OVO Fest in Toronto, has been postponed as the rapper, aged 35, announced he has tested positive for the virus. This announcement comes after he was seen attending the premiere of Top Boy in London on September 4th, 2019.
Reports reveal that Drake had planned a Young Money Reunion at his OVO Fest, which was highly anticipated by fans. The reunion would feature Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj joining him on stage, reminiscent of their past collaborations. This was seen in 2012 during the MTV Video Music Awards held in LA. However, just a few days before announcing his COVID-19 diagnosis, Drake performed with Nelly Furtado in Toronto for his OVO Fest. During the performance, Nelly sang her classic hits, “I’m Like a Bird” and “Promiscuous,” with Drake singing along. Last year, Drake revealed that he had contracted COVID-19 for the first time in August 2021. He disclosed this information to a fan account after they shared pictures of him sporting a shaved heart into his head, with only a faint heart visible.
In the previous year, Drake experienced his first encounter with COVID-19.
Oh no! In August of 2021, the father of one, Drake, disclosed that he had contracted the virus. He shared this news on a fan account and even joked about how the virus impacted his hair growth. Drake stated that the virus caused him to restart his hair growth process due to the weird way in which it grew. He also let fans know that his heart-shaped haircut was coming back soon, so they shouldn’t worry. The artist had previously shared an image of his hair on his Instagram stories five days prior, which the fan account reposted for their followers to see.
Fresh appearance: The artwork was initially published on the artist’s Instagram stories about five days ago. The fan account later shared it on their page.
The picture displays his latest haircut with a heart shape, which he has been flaunting since November 2020. He started this trend in anticipation of his album “2021 Certified Lover Boy.” Drake is a father to a four-year-old son, Adonis, with his former flame, Sophie Brussaux, who used to work in the adult film industry. In October 2017, Sophie gave birth to Adonis, and it’s interesting to note that he and Drake share the same birthday – October 24. It was only in his 2018 album “Scorpion” that Drake finally confirmed the rumors about him fathering a child with Sophie in multiple songs.
What an adorable little boy! Drake is a proud father to his four-year-old son, Adonis, whom he shares with Sophie Brussaux – a former adult film actress. The pair were recently spotted together at the Billboard Music Awards in LA on May 23, 2021.
Sophie welcomed their son Adonis in October 2017. Interestingly, Adonis and Drake share the same birthday, which falls on October 24th.