Drake is over the “Fake Drake” pretending to be him and even threatened to put the paws on the bold imposter.
Known formally as Izzy Drake, the self-proclaimed “Fake Drake” sat down with the @weinmiamipodcast, where he dished on a run-in with the “Find Your Love” rapper in Miami. According to Izzy, he and his management went to the hotel where Drake was staying but said the encounter “wasn’t very inviting.” When host @thestuntlifestyle probed further, Izzy explained that he reached out to the Grammy-winning rapper to ask if he would be attending his celebrity boxing match against Youtuber M2thaK. However, according to Izzy, Aubrey Graham responded with threats of harm.
“He said he’s gonna pull up and slap me for free,” Fake Drake shared.
Izzy said he originally called out Drake to a boxing match after his friend Baka was rude to him during a separate encounter. M2thaK then chimed in and revealed that Izzy said he could defeat both men, a claim Izzy didn’t back away from.
Izzy Drake joins a long line of rapper impersonators or “Fakes” who have been a pest to artists this year. A “Fake Lil Durk” surfaced several months ago and became embroiled in a public beef with Tekashi 6ix9ine. This wave of clout chasers is not just sharing annoying posts on social media. They have thrived off of the likeness of the persons they impersonate.
Drake has not yet responded to the claims of violence made by “Fake Drake.” Check out the full interview on the official We In Miami Youtube channel.