Fake Drake claims to be getting $10,000 to perform shows now

Looks like it pays to be Drake’s doppelganger. Fake Drake claims to receive $10,000 for performing at shows.

On Sunday, May 15, Instagram user @6ixdriptv posted a video featuring a fake Drake performing Drizzy’s 2018 track “God’s Plan” in a crowded club. The caption reads, “Be honest, would you pay Frake $10,000 to play at your party??” with a questioned face emoji, owl emoji, and money bag emoji.

The fake Drake appears to have confirmed his new performance fee by sharing videos taken by videographers of his performance that night on his Instagram Stories. If true, this is a major price jump from the $5,000 fee he received last year.

It was last November when Fake Drake, who goes by Izzy in real life, revealed that he was paid five groups just for guided tours. At the time, the Drizzy impersonator, who is also from Canada, wore the same Certified Lover haircut as a Toronto rhymer.

“I’m on tour, I have musical events that I have to show up to,” he explained to the no rider Podcast. “People DM me like, ‘Hey, you want to come to my event because I can’t afford Drake, he’s too expensive. I’ll pay you $5,000.’ $5,000 just to show up. They pay my Airbnb, they pay the flight, they hang everything.”

In April, the fake Drake confused some people in Miami when he visited a restaurant in a black OVO hoodie, yellow pants and white sneakers. Now, Drake’s impostor is donning braids weaved in to look like the OVO Sound frontman’s braided hairstyle.

Check out a promotional video from Fake Drake’s management announcing that prices are rising below.

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