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A Drake impersonator -- who looks nothing like him -- earns thousands of dollars for club bookings where he lip-syncs as the Canadian rapper.

The bootleg Drake, who goes by "Izzy", sat down with No Jumper for an in-depth interview. Izzy claims he went to Miami where people told him he looked just like the rap star.

They encouraged Izzy to shave a heart in his head -- and that's when the money started rolling in.

"People DM me, like, 'Do you want to come to my event? We can't pay Drake because he's too expensive," said Izzy. He claims club owners cover his travel expenses and hotel bills.

"I've been doing my thing, you know. That's all I'm gonna say."

One promoter in Las Vegas booked Izzy to perform at a club there, but the promoter didn't want to anger the real Drake. So he put in a call to his management, and got in touch with Drake himself.

Drake reportedly told the promoter, "Let the guy get his bag."

Most rappers upon hearing that someone is impersonating them in clubs would threaten lawsuits. But drake is so rich, he can afford to be unbothered.
 

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Kelly Price went IN on a concert promoter who went missing with her money hours before her concert was scheduled to start in Houston, Texas.

The 48-year-old Grammy Award-nominated R&B singer took to social media on Saturday to shame the promoter for not paying her or singer Lyfe Jennings when they arrived at sound check.

Kelly said the promoter showed up at her hotel and asked to pray with her, but she told him that wasn't going to happen.

Then the promoter explained to Kelly's fans that the show was canceled because Kelly's grandmother was ill. That really set Kelly off.

"Tonight's show was not canceled because my grandmother is deathly ill," the makeup-free Diva raged.

"Tonight's show was canceled because you're a bum and you can't pay your bills! How about that! How about tell the truth... You messed up when you put my grandmother's name in your mouth."

 

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Surveillance video posted on social media allegedly shows rapper DaBaby robbing another man in a Miami parking lot.

In the video, a diminutive man wearing a black hood over his head is seen dragging another man on the ground.

The unidentified promoter told police the rapper robbed him of $80, and his iPhone 7 before pouring apple juice on him.

The promoter said DaBaby and his crew assaulted him because they believed he shorted the rapper $10,000 following a performance at a Miami nightclub.

The promoter allegedly gave DaBaby $20,000 upfront, but he failed to deliver on the promised $10,000.

DaBaby was arrested on Thursday, Jan. 2, and charged with simple battery, a misdemeanor. He was released on $1,500 bond.