Drake has been making more appearances with his next album Certified Lover Boy right around the corner. The more he pops out, the more that people want to get in the mix with him. 

Instagram star Justin Laboy and Justin Combs’ late-night show on Revolt, Respectfully Justin, features celebrity guests who talk about relationships, sex, careers, and more. Chris Brown, Saweetie, Boosie Badazz and City Girls have already stopped by the show and Laboy got fans in a frenzy when he said his next guest would be the 6 God. 

“Drake interview coming sooner than expected #RespectfullyJustin,” LaBoy tweeted. 


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An Instagram account called the Toronto Rappers reposted the tweet hinting at the alleged interview and before long everyone got word that Drake was the next guest on Respectfully Justin. Laboy had deleted the tweet but it was already too late. 

Drake slid through the comment section with a simple cap emoji calling false on the whole interview. He rarely does interviews so it doesn’t come as a surprise that Drake wasn’t going to be the next guest on Respectfully Justin. It would’ve definitely been a moment if he were going to be on it though. 

There may not be enough time in Drake’s schedule to do interviews. On top of dropping Certified Lover Boy, Drizzy Drake may be putting in work on a joint album with Rick Ross as well. 

During an interview with Complex, the Biggest Boss spoke on the joint album with Drake and how timing keeps both rappers from getting the project done. But despite them being busy with their careers, Ross and Drake want to get their collaborative project out to the people. 

Rick Ross Wants To Drop Drake Joint Album But It's All About 'Timing'

“Well, me and Drizzy, we may have spoken within the last 48 hours,” Ross told Complex. “But it’s only so much I can say other than this is the closest or the realest he’s ever been. He’s wrapping up his project and I’m in the same space.”