Drake Breaks Twitch Record While Playing Fortnite With Ninja

Mar 16, 2018, 00:59
Drake Breaks Twitch Record While Playing Fortnite With Ninja

The reason being that rapper Drake joined Ninja to play Fortnite. Let's break it down.

The star also revealed he's been a fan of Ninja, a.k.a. Tyler Blevins, for a while.

The Twitch spectacle truly unified the gaming community like never before. There have been many hilarious moments throughout the stream with that saw subscribers comment "GODS PLAN" when the Toronto-based rapper died and was saved by Ninja on the way to a win.

Now, bear with me - I'm no Fortnite expert - but according to more reasoned observers he's not bad at the game.

Better yet, Drake made it clear he wasn't a complete stranger to the game, discussing the differences between Fortnite and the similarly-themed Player Unknown's Battlegrounds. Think of it like if Minecraft were a shooting game.

Honestly, it's just really fun to watch people play the Battle Royale mode. In Battles Royales, 100 players duke it out to be the last living character on an island. Over the a year ago, it seemed impossible we'd see a bigger phenomenon than PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, yet here we are and Fortnite's popularity even seems several steps higher.

How do celebrities do anything nowadays? "Cash Cow" is one of the songs that Travis Scott collaborated with Drake on.

"And that's why I need one match, got the controlpad in my hand, one more time before I go " - Drake, probably. More than 600,000 fans tuned in to the session.

He's mostly making his album in Miami, and he no longer eats meat.

He also settled up the important debate about pineapple on pizza once and for all.

The rapper and singer says he's been playing the popular video game for a month or two.

Later on, the two were also joined by musician Travis Scott and National Football League player JuJu Smith-Schuster.