Drake was spreading love and positivity Wednesday evening when he accepted his Billboard Music Award for Top Male Artist. He told his fellow artists that they shouldn’t wait until someone has passed on before they share their appreciationof them. “I just want to encourage everybody to let other artists know how you feel about them. Let them know that you love them, respect them, while we’re all still here,” he told the audience
“You know, ScHoolboy Q said something really nice about me the other day,” Drake added. “I had to sit there and debate whether or not I was going to reach out to him and obviously I didn’t feel like being that guy that’s too cool. So, I reached out to him. I let him know it meant the world to me. To each and every one of you that we do this together.” It looks as if Drake followed his own advice when he linked up with Megan Thee Stallion and crew, because the pair were all smiles in photos she shared on Instagram. “Friends in Vegas,” she wrote.
One of the friends with Megan was Jai Nice, a business owner, model, and social media influencer. Before the pair linked up with Drizzy for a photo session, they were having a grand ol’ time twerking for the masses on Instagram to Megan’s hit song “Big Ole Freak.”