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Drake brings his first love Ksenia ‘Kiki’ Chante to perform during OVO Fest

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Drake took a trip down memory lane at this year’s October World Weekend. The Canadian MC brought the singer on stage and introduced his set, along with his “first girlfriend,” Ksenia Chante, during their annual OVO festival.

Drake continued, “This next person on stage, I used to sit in my mom’s car and I would drive west for this, you feel me? So I have to introduce him personally, Drake continued. About the performance of the TV personality. “This is the first girlfriend I’ve ever had in my life.”

When the crowd was wild when Chantey—who has long been speculated to be Kiki—described in Drake’s 2016 hit, “in my feelings“- walked on stage and embraced his old flame. She went to give Nostalgic performances of some of his biggest hitsWhich he remembered with a photo dump on his Instagram page.

“Legendary Nights in Toronto,” wrote the 34-year-old. “I’ve never seen the city come together like this!! It was everything. A dream can only come true @champagnepapi. The most heartfelt and meaningful introduction I’ve ever seen. Obse I love you for life.”

She further wrote, “I sang songs in my teens and my soul sank to hear you sing all the words. Such a beautiful memory I will cherish forever. Toronto You have been riding for me since the beginning and I am So grateful for the love. Also, special shout out to everyone who literally broke these records early in my career and that’s why my mama carries certified plaques in her crib.”

While most of the festivities of the October World Weekend went off without a hitch, the much-anticipated Young Money Reunion on Monday did not go down as planned. Instead of the rapper taking to the stage with Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne, as previously announced, Drake informed fans that the set had been postponed due to him contracting COVID-19.

The 35-year-old wrote on his Instagram Stories, “I am truly devastated to say that I tested positive for COVID and the Young Money Reunion show scheduled for tonight is being rescheduled at the earliest date. ”

“I will keep the city posted and share the new date as and when we close it. Until then, I hope everyone is safe and healthy and I love you all, I’m sorry to disappoint you on our weekend together and the moment I test negative, I’ll give you my all What I got on stage (except for Covid),” he added.

The “Sticky” rapper signed off his message with a sad face emoji.

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