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“Creepy” Video Shows Drake “Kissing And Stroking” a 17 Yr Old Girl on Stage

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“Creepy” Video Shows Drake “Kissing And Stroking” a 17 Yr Old Girl on Stage

Recently, headlines were made after a video emerged from a Drake concert, showing him onstage with a fan who is merely 17 years old. He was apparently kissing and hugging her.

However, he found out her age and continued to flirt with her and kiss her. The footage was shot in 2010, Colorado, when Drake was 23. It surfaces after a documentary series titled “Surviving R. Kelly” encouraged some people to look into misconduct committed by artists and musicians.

The video (below) shows Drake onstage with the underage fan, and then he wraps his arms around her from behind, while kissing her neck. Then he says “I told you I like your hair, right? What is this? Herbal Essences? Smells fresh.”

Kind of trying to get away with it, Drake turns to the crows and says: “Y’all are going to have me get carried away, I get in trouble for sh*t like this.”

Then Drake asks “How old are you?” so the girl responds that she is 17, and Drake freaks out like any person would, saying “I can’t go to jail yet, man! Why do you look like that?!”

He keeps going through, saying: “Well look, I had fun. I don’t know whether I should feel guilty or not, but I had fun.

I like the way your breasts feel against my chest. I just want to thank you.”

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He kissed her a few more times and then she left the stage. Technically, the age of consent in Colorado, where the video was shot, is 17 years old but legality does not always equal morality.

People in comments responded:

“i trust no man in the industry at this point cause wtf”

“This speaks to a much bigger societal problem when it comes to courting/grooming younger people. im glad theyre all getting aried out smh [sic]”

“Im so disgusted by his response after she said her age. No respect.”

There’s a feud going on between Kanye West and Drake, but some things look a little staged these days. If people want to know what this story really means, without singling anyone out, the entire music industry is like this but a lot worse.

We know as a general rule of sociology, psychopaths and sociopaths gravitate toward positions of power, even the power to influence young fans as a musician.

Not referring to Drake, but take for example, one of those Post-Hardcore or “Scene” bands who made music for young teenage girls, the bands that were coming out about 10 years ago like “Blood on the Dance Floor.”

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Those are some of the creepiest musical acts out there, straight up catering to probably an average audience consisting of 14 year old girls, with creepy and weird songs mixing violent and sexual themes in a way that really can only be described as creepy.

Thank god creepy post-hardcore bands like this one are no longer really thriving.

However, this is the way life seems to work: people even worse than those flagrant individuals are out there, manipulating, being pedophiles or sex criminals, and they often get away with it. It’s possible to identify the most seemingly concealed predators, but the best people at identifying them are former victims, according to what a former victim told me. They told me the body language of a predator is creepy and distinct.

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Adam Goldberg is a researcher and writer from New York. His topics of interest include mapping out the world's nefarious powers and entities, DARPA, technocracy, and others.

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