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With his new album Certified Lover Boy just around the corner, Drake has started making more appearances. The more he stands out, the more others want to be a part of it.

Respectfully Justin, the late-night program hosted by Instagram sensation Justin Laboy and Justin Combs on Revolt, includes celebrity guests who discuss relationships, sex, professions, and more. Chris Brown, Saweetie, Boosie Badazz, and City Girls have previously appeared on the show, and Laboy sparked a frenzy among fans when he announced that the 6 God would be his next guest.

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

The Toronto Raptors’ Instagram account shared the message implying the supposed interview, and news quickly spread that Drake would be the next guest on Respectfully Justin. The tweet had been removed by Laboy, but it was too late.

With a simple cap emoji, Drake slipped through the comment section, declaring the entire interview fake. Drake isn’t usually interviewed, so it’s no surprise that he won’t be the next guest on Respectfully Justin. But if he was going to be on it, that would have been a show-stopper.

Drake’s schedule may not allow him to conduct interviews. Drizzy Drake may be working on a collaborative album with Rick Ross in addition to releasing Certified Lover Boy.

During an interview with Complex, the Biggest Boss discussed his upcoming collaborative album with Drake and how the rappers’ schedules are preventing them from finishing the project. Despite their hectic schedules, Ross and Drake are eager to share their collaboration endeavor with the public.

“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.”

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