Drake Slams Rude Fan Over Anton Yelchin Tribute

Drake Slams Rude Fan Over Anton Yelchin Tribute
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Drake posted an Instagram tribute to his late friend Anton Yelchin but someone made a rude comment about it. He did not let a rude comment pass him without dissing the user.


The “One Dance” singer posted a tribute to his 27-year-old pal Anton Yelchin who recently died due to an accident last June 19.

The two have worked together in the movie Charlie Barlett, where the late actor served as the lead star.

Posting a screenshot of one of the scenes in the said film, Drake put in a simple caption saying, “Rest in Peace Anton.”

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To his dismay, one of Drake’s female follower’s commented, “@champagnepapi was that the last soul you sucked?”

The Canadian rapper took this offensive remark seriously and immediately dished the female user saying, “the worst part about your comment on this post is that you are someone’s mother…I pray for the child u are raising. Waaaaaste gyal.”

The female user did not also escape Drake’s Instagram followers after receiving a number of negative comments about her, The Hollywood Life said in a report.

Drake’s friend and “Star Trek” actor Anton Yelchin was found dead in his home in Studio City, California after he was pinned against his gate by his Jeep Grand Cherokee last Sunday.

According to investigators, the actor died a minute after his lungs were crushed, prompting them to rule it out as an accident, The Daily Mail said in a report.

Aside from Drake, the actor’s co-stars in “Star Wars” have also took to their social media accounts to pay him a tribute. They included Chris Evans, Kat Dennings, Zoa Saldana, John Cho, Jay Baruchel, and JJ Abrams.

Anto Yelchin’s last movie Star Trek: Beyond will have its premiere in July 2016.

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