Drake Airdropped Pic Of Woman He Spotted At Restaurant Into Her DMs

Shola Lee

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Drake Airdropped Pic Of Woman He Spotted At Restaurant Into Her DMs

Featured Image Credit: @champagnepapi/Instagram

Drake showed off his moves to his followers and it's giving London bus vibes.

Look, who doesn't love Drake?

The Certified Lover Boy has a lot going for him and while we're sure he's got his own share of smooth moves, one of his recent flirting attempts felt a little, up in the air(drop).

That's because the 'Falling Back' singer literally tried to airdrop someone a picture of themselves as a way of getting their attention.

Drake tried to airdrop the woman. Credit: @champagnepapi/Instragram
Drake tried to airdrop the woman. Credit: @champagnepapi/Instragram

Yep, Champagne Papi flirts like 18-year-old sending memes to randomers on a bus.

The iconic artist shared the post on his Instagram, with the caption: "Tried to airdrop this woman a pic of herself cause she's a dime."

At least the thought was there, right?

And to be fair he does take a decent picture, but we're not sure whether you should apply your photography skills to strangers, even if you are on holiday in St. Tropez.

It's not the only update from his European trip that Drake has shared on Instagram.

The Canadian rapper seems to be having a great time on the continent, maybe even having a little too much fun, as he implied by sharing a Swedish arrest document earlier this week.

The post included what looks to be an arrest warrant from Swedish authorities. Credit: Instagram/champagnepapi
The post included what looks to be an arrest warrant from Swedish authorities. Credit: Instagram/champagnepapi

The rapper recently posted an Instagram dump of some of his escapades, which included a picture of what appears to be a Swedish arrest warrant as if his camera roll couldn't get any wilder.

The document, issued by the Swedish feds - 'Polisen' - is titled 'Information for Those Suspected of a Crime and Subsequently Detained'.

The document goes on to explain Drake's rights under Swedish law, including the artist's right to know what he's being detained for, and the right to legal counsel.

The document also shows that Drake is also allowed to contact his country's consulate and have messages sent and received on his behalf.

It's unclear what the outcome of the arrest was, or whether there will be any follow-up, but given he's included the photo of the document alongside a bunch of other more frivolous snaps from Ibiza it suggests it's probably amounted to little - meaning he's free to chaotically flirt another day.

Some speculated whether the post was legit or just Drake responding to rumours he'd been arrested, either way he seems to be having a great time.

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Topics: Celebrity, News, Drake, Music, France, Instagram

Shola Lee
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