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Drake exposes fake wedding page following a viral post

"Instagram is a disturbing place."

@champagnepapi // Instagram

If there's one thing Drake is good at, it's seeing past foolish antics.

Last night (Aug. 20), Drizzy exposed a viral wedding page. The Instagram page, @drake_wedding, staged a conversation to make it appear as if Drake agreed to perform at the event if the user received a million likes on the post. After the post received a million likes, many thought it was legit, however, Drake cleared the air with a screenshot of his messages in which he uploaded to his Instagram story.

"Hey Drake," the fan wrote before admitting the truth. "Sorry it blew up like this I'm a 16 year old from San Antonio and never meant for it to be like this. Huge fan of you. You can have my account if you want. I don't know want to do." In addition to the screenshot, Drizzy simply wrote: "Instagram is a disturbing place."

Now that the shenanigans are out of the way, Drake can go back to focusing on the music. A couple days ago, Drake was spotted in Miami where it was said that he was "cooking up" new music. While spending time in the 305, Drizzy linked up with DJ Khaled. Both artists uploaded photographs of them hanging out, which hinted at a possible collaboration.

"It's called YOU KNOW WA GWAN @champagnepapi x KHALED link up. A ting called Family ting #WeTheBest #OvO," Khaled wrote as his caption.

In the past, Drake and Khaled collaborated on a number of bangers including "No New Friends," "To the Max," "For Free," "I'm on One" and more. Speaking on teaming up with notable forces in the industry, Drizzy recently teamed up with Swae Lee for a new track entitled, "Won't Be Late." On the Mike WiLL Made-It-produced track, Drake croons over a relationship that he is taking slow.

Check out the screenshot of Drake's messages regarding the fake wedding below.

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