Drake and Druski connected on Instagram live in hilarious moment


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Druski is a man of many talents. The comedian / social media personality is currently on the road with J. Cole, acting as the MC for his off-season tour, and when he jumped on Instagram Live last night he was joined by a few notable guests like Ella. Mai, Jake Paul, and none other than Drake.

Arranging auditions for his bogus company “Coulda Been Records”, Drake joined the live and joked that he was drinking alone in a bar because he had been on a “downward spiral” ever since. Boy in love certified fall.

“I’m at the bar by myself, I got really shit man,” Drake said with a laugh. “It really went downhill after the album came out, I’m not going to lie. It was in slow motion. It has been a bit of a downward spiral. “

by Drake Boy in love certified debuted at No.1 on the Billbaord 200 with 613,000 album-equivalent units and stayed at No. 1 for an impressive three weeks. He is currently at No.2 after being edged out by YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s Sincerely, Kentrell album.

After the two friends laughed, Druski introduced Drake to Cana Been Records and showed him his hotel room before Drizzy said he would put J Prince online to solve it, which Druski immediately dismissed. Druski and Drake have a well-established friendship, the comedian appearing in the music video for the rapper’s song “Laugh Now, Cry Later”.

Druski is also a close friend of rapper Jack Harlow. When asked what makes the two so close in Complex’s latest cover storyDruski said it’s because they share many of the same goals.

“I think we share a lot of the same goals, just from a life perspective,” he explained. “So I think the most important thing with us is just that I could talk to him, like, ‘Yo, so in this situation, how do I go about that? And he’ll give me advice like, “Yo, I just went through this actually. Do you know what I’m saying? I’m like ‘Shit, I needed this.’ It’s coming up with the same person you started with – not necessarily who you started with, but we’re in two different paths, but we’re making the same transition.

You can read the entire cover with Druski and Jack Harlow here.

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