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Drake Imposter Gets Kicked Out Of Houston Nightclub



Image Source: Getty Images
Image Source: Getty Images

Most people would love to be in the position of our favorite Canadian superstar, dropping back-to-back hits every single year. Recently, people have spotted a Drake look-a-like usually seen around clubs and events pretending to be the OVO heavyweight. Two days ago, the Area 29 nightclub in Houston kicked out the pretender for impersonating Drake. This happened after the club’s promoters DJ Eric and Chris Chizer recognized him. Drake seems to approve of the decision as he ended up liking a video clip shared by DJ Akademiks of the embarrassing moment on Instagram:


The Fake Drake’s Response To Humorous Clip

According to the viral Drake imposter, getting kicked out of Area 29 was completely staged. However, the club promoter that recorded the clip above told TMZ these claims are not true, and he says what happened was not staged. Whether this is accurate or not, it surely can’t be a great week to be the Drake look-a-like everyone is growing tired of. Izzy surely means no harm by leaning into their similar appearance, but Drake also has the right to dislike someone benefiting from his image. Overall, most celebrities would grow tired of these types of online gimmicks.


What Is The Real Drizzy Up To Now?

Over the weekend fans got to hear Drake’s new album Honestly, Nevermind. It’s getting mixed reviews online, but the sales and streams are coming in like usual. He challenges himself by delivering an album full of almost all Dance records. There’s still a large group of people that enjoy this new album, and it clearly sounds best at parties or clubs. As a result, Drake will likely end up with one of the best-selling 2022 records so far. Again, it’s pretty easy to see why anyone would be Drake if they could. Do you think Honestly, Nevermind is worth the hype? Additionally, do you believe that Drake’s imposter is helping Canada’s biggest star with marketing? Read more of FM Hip-Hop’s featured articles today.


Written by: Oryah Brown | Instagram: @oryah.wav

I've been writing Hip-Hop content on my own for almost 2 years now. Music has always been my passion, and I have experience in most areas that utilize the art form: production, writing, curating, engineering, etc.

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