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Drake at Center of Online Storm as Explicit Video Sparks Speculation

Speculation continues to swirl online as an explicit video featuring a well-endowed man, captured in a reflective moment before a mirror, sparks viral attention. Many are conjecturing that the figure in the clip could be rap superstar Drake.

On Tuesday, an account named @Campusnightchat on X (formerly known as Twitter) shared footage of a light-skinned man recording himself, sitting in a suggestive pose, holding his penis while his face remains obscured by a cellphone. The video has since been deleted.

The identity of the individual remains unconfirmed, partly due to the obscured face, but the possibility of Drake's involvement has ignited social media. Online personality Adin Ross recently addressed the viral footage during a livestream, playfully acknowledging its potential significance.

"God damn. You’re blessed with your voice. You’re blessed with performing. You’re blessed to be you, you’re blessed to be number one. But you’re also blessed to have a fucking missile!" exclaimed Ross, reflecting on the video's content.

Known for his past interactions with Drake, Ross shared snippets of a text exchange with the artist, revealing Drake's apparent nonchalant response to the commotion. "He just texted me, he put like eight laughing emojis," Ross disclosed, providing insight into Drake's reaction.

Adding to the intrigue, Ross suggested that Drake humorously hinted at incorporating the incident into his artistic endeavors. "He said, ‘This might be my next album intro,'" Ross read aloud, indicating Drake's playful disposition towards the situation.

While the video's authenticity remains in question, speculation mounts that the ambient sounds in the background hint at the scene unfolding aboard Drake's private jet, further fueling speculation.

The footage sparked widespread discussion on social media. Notably, plastic surgeon and internet personality Michael “Dr. Miami” Salzhauer received numerous inquiries about male-centered cosmetic procedures.

“Yes, penis enlargement surgery exists,” Dr. Miami posted on X. Later, he clarified, “It’s not called a DDL but everyone kept tagging me for some reason so I answered did not know what was going on [loudly crying face emoji].”

Dr. Miami emphasized that his response, as a medical professional, was not intended to be “shady” toward anyone. However, many commenters assumed Drake inspired his tweet.

Megan Thee Stallion Makes History, Retains Masters in WMG Distribution Deal

Courtesy Photo: From L-R: Rayna Bass (Co-President, 300 Entertainment), Desiree Perez (CEO, Roc Nation), Megan Thee Stallion and Max Lousada (CEO, Recorded Music, WMG).
In a groundbreaking move announced on Friday, Grammy-winning rap sensation Megan Thee Stallion has forged a pioneering agreement with Warner Music Group. This innovative deal, announced in a joint statement, empowers Megan to maintain her autonomy as an artist under her label, Hot Girl Productions, while tapping into WMG's global resources for distribution, marketing, and promotion.

Setting this arrangement apart is Megan's retention of full ownership of her masters and publishing rights, a rarity in major label agreements. She exercises complete creative control over her music and holds the option to integrate artists from her imprint into the WMG ecosystem, fostering emerging talent.

"I'm really focused on building an empire and growing as an entrepreneur, so I'm proud to take this next step in my journey and work with Max Lousada and the entire Warner Music Group team in this new capacity. I know we're going to create history together," said Megan.

WMG, acknowledging Megan's artistic influence and entrepreneurial acumen, recognizes her as more than just a superstar. "Meg is not just a superstar," emphasized Max Lousada, CEO of WMG Recorded Music. "She's an artistic force and a mogul in the making – authentic and unapologetic in defining her own unique place in the cultural landscape. So many relate to her remarkable story and have witnessed her come into her power on her own terms. At Warner, we're creating an environment where original talents can explore both their creativity and entrepreneurialism, while building long-term careers."

Desiree Perez, CEO of Roc Nation, views this deal as a transformative force. "Megan continues to be a trailblazer. This new chapter with Warner Music Group will shift the landscape in the music industry and empower other independent artists to follow in her footsteps and claim their power. It's also a testament to Max's ability to reimagine the relationships that major music companies can engage in with independent artists."

The announcement comes on the heels of the remarkable success of Megan's latest single, "Hiss," which soared to the top of charts worldwide upon its release. This follows her critically acclaimed solo release, "Cobra," in November 2023, marking her second under Hot Girl Productions.

Monét Crowned Best New Artist, Killer Mike Makes Grammy History


The 66th Grammy Awards, hosted by Trevor Noah, resonated with the power and innovation of diverse artists across genres. Rising stars like Victoria Monét, crowned Best New Artist, and established icons like Killer Mike, who swept the Rap categories, made history alongside electrifying performances and poignant moments.

Monét's emotional acceptance speech, reflecting on her artistic journey, resonated deeply, embodying the vibrancy of a new generation. Mike's historic Rap sweep, surpassing Lauryn Hill's 1999 record and the first since 2003, cemented his legendary status. Collaboration thrived with J. Cole and Lil Durk's powerful "All My Life" winning Best Rap Collaboration.
Black artists shone across diverse categories, shattering boundaries. Rising star Coco Jones surprised with her Best R&B Performance win for "ICU," while Dave Chappelle triumphed in the Best Spoken Word Album category. History was made with the inaugural Best African Music Performance award presented to South African singer Tyla for her captivating "Water."
In a truly unforgettable moment transcending generations, legendary singer-songwriter Tracy Chapman, rarely seen in public, graced the stage to perform her iconic "Fast Car" alongside country star Luke Combs. This first-time duet resonated deeply, reminding everyone of Chapman's enduring influence and the power of music to bridge divides.

Taylor Swift made Grammy history, clinching Album of the Year for Midnights—her unprecedented fourth win. Swift surprised fans with more than just history on Sunday night. While accepting her first award of the evening for the best pop vocal album, she dropped a bombshell: her 11th studio album, titled The Tortured Poets Department, is set to stream on April 19.

A selection of winners can be seen below, for the full list of winners click here.

Album of the Year
Boygenius - The Record
Janelle MonĂ¡e - The Age of Pleasure
Jon Batiste - World Music Radio
Lana Del Rey - Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd
Miley Cyrus - Endless Summer Vacation
Olivia Rodrigo - Guts
SZA - SOS
WINNER: Taylor Swift - Midnights

Record of the Year
Billie Eilish - What Was I Made For? (From the Motion Picture “Barbie”)
Boygenius - Not Strong Enough
Jon Batiste - Worship
WINNER: Miley Cyrus - Flowers
Olivia Rodrigo - Vampire
SZA - Kill Bill
Taylor Swift - Anti-Hero
Victoria Monét - On My Mama

Best New Artist
Coco Jones
Gracie Abrams
Fred Again..
Ice Spice
Jelly Roll
Noah Kahan
WINNER: Victoria Monét
The War and Treaty

Song of the Year
WINNER: Billie Eilish - What Was I Made For? (From the Motion Picture “Barbie”)
Dua Lipa - Dance the Night (From Barbie the Album)
Jon Batiste - Butterfly
Lana Del Rey - A&W
Miley Cyrus - Flowers
Olivia Rodrigo - Vampire
SZA - Kill Bill
Taylor Swift - Anti-Hero

Best Pop Vocal Album
Ed Sheeran - - (Subtract)
Kelly Clarkson - Chemistry
Miley Cyrus - Endless Summer Vacation
Olivia Rodrigo - Guts
WINNER: Taylor Swift - Midnights

Best R&B 
SongCoco Jones - ICU
Halle - Angel
Robert Glasper Featuring Sir & Alex Isley - Back to Love
WINNER: SZA - Snooze
Victoria Monét - On My Mama

Best Country Album
Brothers Osborne - Brothers Osborne
Kelsea Ballerini - Rolling Up the Welcome Mat
WINNER: Lainey Wilson - Bell Bottom Country
Tyler Childers - Rustin’ in the Rain
Zach Bryan - Zach Bryan
Best MĂºsica Urbana AlbumWINNER: Karol G - Mañana SerĂ¡ Bonito
Rauw Alejandro - Saturno
Tainy - Data

Best Pop Solo 
PerformanceBillie Eilish - What Was I Made For? (From the Motion Picture “Barbie”)
Doja Cat - Paint the Town Red
WINNER: Miley Cyrus - Flowers
Olivia Rodrigo - Vampire
Taylor Swift - Anti-Hero

Best Progressive R&B Album
Diddy - The Love Album: Off the Grid
Terrace Martin and James Fauntleroy - Nova
Janelle MonĂ¡e - The Age of Pleasure
WINNER: SZA - *

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