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The producer took home four awards including Producer of the Year and MVP of the Year while Drizzy nabs three including Album of the Year for 'Nothing Was the Same'.
The group explains the project was nixed because they and Drizzy had different things to rap about, saying the Canadian MC wanted them 'to talk about broads' while they weren't 'in a broad mode.'
A stripper named Jhonni Blaze claims that some people from the Toronto rapper's camp went to her house and threatened her.
Drizzy has reacted to the news, posting a screenshot of an article on Instagram and captioning it, 'Bigger fish to fry my G #SOUND.'
Drizzy, whose Street Fighter-themed battle co-headlining tour with Tunechi ended in a tie, says that they plan to hit the road together again to get a winner.
One of the new inks that has got people talking about is a praying hands emoji.
Drake is nominated in various categories including Best Hip Hop Video, Best Live Performer, MVP of the Year, Album of the Year and People's Champ Award.
During the show at Lakewood's Aaron's Amphitheatre on Sunday, August 31, the duo also brought out newcomer ILoveMakkonen who recently joined Drake's OVO label.
The Canadian rapper, who wasn't there to collect his Moonman at Sunday's VMAs, thanks God, his mother, tourmate Lil Wayne as well as Common who accepted the award on his behalf.
Drake, whose 'Hold On (We're Going Home)' wins over Eminem's 'Berzerk' and Kanye West's 'Black Skinhead', wasn't there to collect his Moonman.
The on-again/off-again couple was allegedly 'flirtatious' towards each other when partying at a nightclub in New York City.
Directed by Colin Tilley, the video shows the raptress twerking alongside some dancers before giving Drake a lap dance.
Showing off her curves in tight leggings and a bra, the raptress strikes provocative poses in front of Drake who sits still on a chair.
Fif took the stage at Hartford's XFINITY Theater on Wednesday night, August 13 with Drake and his tourmate to perform one of his biggest hits 'In Da Club'.
The NBA reportedly has decided to impose fine to the Toronto Raptors after their ambassador Drake made comments at the OVO Fest which violated anti-tampering rules.