OVO Sound boss Drake is feeling the Internet’s wrath. Footage has resurfaced online and shows Drizzy putting the moves on a 17-year-old female fan during a 2010 concert.

The reemerged video shows Drizzy kissing the fan on her neck in front of a packed crowd at Denver, Colorado’s Ogden Theatre before asking how old she is.

After the girl tells him she’s 17, the crowd erupts … to which Drake replies, “I can’t go to jail yet, man! Seventeen? How do you look like that? You thick. Look at all this.” But he doesn’t stop there — he tells the girl he had fun with her and liked the way her breasts felt against his chest … then goes in for more kisses, including on the lips. It should be noted Drake was 23 at the time of the video, and age of consent in Colorado is 17 … but that hasn’t stopped many fans from skewering the rapper for his behavior. (TMZ)

Last month, Drake shared a rare painting by his son Adonis.

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Adonis > Picasso don’t @ me 💙🎄

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On his recently released Scorpion album, Drake finally came clean about his secret child.

The 31-year-old rapper confirmed the long-rumored news that he fathered a child with French former adult-film star Sophie Brussaux on his new double album Scorpion, which was released just before midnight Thursday on Apple Music. In his track “Emotionless”, which samples Mariah Carey, the Canadian declares “I wasn’t hiding my kid from the world/I was hiding the world from my kid.” (People)

On the song “March 14,” Drake dug deep into his personal life and reflects on becoming a dad.

“Yesterday mornin’ was crazy/I had to come to terms with the fact that it’s not a maybe/That sh*t is in stone/Sealed and signed/She’s not my lover like Billie Jean/But the kid is mine/Sadie used to tell me all it takes is one time/And all it took was one time/Sh*t, we only met two times, two times/And both times were nothin’ like the new times/Now it’s rough times/I’m out here on front lines/Just tryna make sure that I see him sometimes.” (“March 14”)