Drake’s Security Oversteps Their Boundary

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In this video we see Canadian Rapper Drake being escorted by a fleet of cars the road. One car cuts in-between the convoy, right or wrong the close protection guard makes sure this is quickly resolved to ensure Drake is secured as much as possible.

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