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DRAKE SURPRISES “HIS WOES” IN THE UK BY CRASHING FREDO’S MANCHESTER CONCERT

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Drake keeps his name abuzz in the UK.

Drake was spotted in the UK this past week looking the part of a willing and able “Prince” but Naomi Campbell wanted nothing of it on a permanent basis. Drake and Naomi were spotted together a week prior to their London sighting at Beyonce and Jay-Z’s Oscar party in Los Angeles, but the Canadian rapper insists that the brief tour he’s enjoyed of the UK isn’t centered around seducing the 48-year old model. View image on Twitter

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Third Avenue by @fredo makes an impressive debut at Number 5 on the Official Albums Chart – view this week’s full Top 40: http://bit.ly/2DZmsV4 1957:30 PM – Feb 8, 201955 people are talking about thisTwitter Ads info and privacy

Drake demonstrated his “true intentions” by showing up unannounced at a Manchester hip-hop concert, that of Fredo at the O2 Ritz in Manchester, England. For his part, Fredo has been hard at work promoting his Third Avenue project which debuted at no. 5 on the UK Charts. The moment in truth was documented by the venue itself, on their official @O2RitzManc Twitter page. Watch as the crowd goes mental just as Drake’s “Nonstop” instrumental (produced by Tak Keith) begins playing on the loudspeaker.

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.@Drake just popped in to perform with @fredo – absolutely mental. 5,80911:55 PM – Mar 9, 20192,284 people are talking about thisTwitter Ads info and privacy

As this envious Tweeter so eloquently put it, “My brother really paid like £20ish to see Fredo, Dave and Drake at the same show crazyyyy.” So yes, Manchester concertgoers were lucky to have Dave land as a co-feature, before the Drake surprise was ever uncovered.

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My brother really paid like £20ish to see Fredo, Dave and Drake at the same show crazyyyy17.5K12:39 AM – Mar 10, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy1,686 people are talking about this

To those whom it may concern, Drake will be playing back-to-back shows in Manchester (Tonight and Monday) at the larger “Manchester Arena” with a capacity of 21,000. Unfortunately, those tickets far exceed the “£20ish” paid by the Tweeter’s luck-stricken brother.

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