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Bad Moves! Rapper Drake Gets Caught-Up In Teen Fondling & Kissing Video Scandal

Drake In Disturbing Teen Video Scandal
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Jan. 5 2019, Updated 8:17 p.m. ET

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A disturbing video of Drake has surfaced on Twitter.

In the clip, which is several years old, the Canadian born performer is seen dancing on stage with a teenage girl.

He takes a break from his performance and invites the fan up on stage to join him.

The audience are then heard cheering as he makes some moves on her while talking to them.

He kisses her body and fondles her breasts, as the audience voice their approval.

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When she says she's 17, the crowd can be heard laughing.

"I can't go to jail yet, man!" shouts Drake to the crowd.

"Why do you look like that?!" "Well look, I had fun," he continues.

"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," he reveals.

The clip has now be re-tweeted thousands of times and the performer has been receiving a lot of criticism online.

Drake has previously been linked with younger women.

Reports surfaced that he was involved with 18-year-old model Bella Harris whom he had known since she was only 16.

He also got involved in a texting controversy with British actress Millie Bobby Brown that many deemed were not appropriate.

RadarOnline.com previously reported how Drake through a star studded party to celebrate 2019.

While there have been various reports that he has fathered to a two-year-old daughter.

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