Drake thinks Twitch should pay social media personality, Kai Cent, some big bucks — at least $50M — for being the platform’s top streamer.
The shout out shouldn’t be surprising. Drake has been known to show love to a few other popular online personalities like Druski and Shiggy, both of whom have starred in his music videos in the past.
The “Rich Flex” rapper made a comment on a recent social media post from Cenat, writing: “@twitch motivate the kids send him 50M.”
In February, Cenat became the most-subscribed Twitch streamer of all time. The streamer and YouTube personality has 300k in subscribers to his Twitch channel.
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Cenat’s new record, has allowed him to eclipse other popular streamers on the platform like Twitch stars, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins and Ludwig Ahgren.
The 21 year old’s meteoric rise to fame grew after live streaming himself playing video games online like Rockstar Game’s Grand Theft Auto V.
Drake’s online antics don’t end there as he’s been very active on social media lately. The Toronto hitmaker was recently spotted alongside Thundercat in a recent instagram post the guitarist made trolling Chris Brown.
Thundercat wrote “Who the fuck is Robert Glasper?”…lol,” in the post’s caption, which is a direct reference from a comment that Chris Brown made after his Breezy LP lost out to Robert Glasper’s Black Radio III in the Best R&B Album category at the 2023 Grammy Awards.
It comes after fans speculated there was beef between the two rappers after Drizzy took an alleged shot at the “Munch” rapper on the track “BackOutsideBoyz,” taken from Her Loss, his collaborative album with 21 Savage.
“We’re cool,” Ice Spice told The New York Times. “We spoke after that a couple times and we’re good. There’s no beef.”