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Duckacceptance speech in the 2019 Grammys It seemed to be cut on Sunday night.
After winning the Best Rap Song for "God's plan", the 32-year-old superstar took the stage to accept his prize. "It's like the first time in Grammy history where I really am who I thought it was for a second," he told the crowd. "So, I like that, that's very good."
"I want to take this opportunity while I'm here just to talk to all the children who are watching this who aspire to make music, all my friends who make music from their hearts, who do pure things and tell the truth," I want to let you know that We play in a sport based on opinion, not a sport based on facts, "Drake continued," This is not the NBA where at the end of the year you have a trophy because you made the right decisions or you won the games. "
He continued: "This is a business where sometimes it depends on a group of people who may not understand what a mixed-race child of Canada has to say, or a Spanish girl from New York or any other person, or a brother of Houston, right there, my brother Travis, but look, the point is that you've already won if you have people who are singing your songs word for word, if you're a hero in your hometown. "
"Look, see if there are people who have regular jobs that are going out in the rain, in the snow, spending their hard earned money to buy tickets to attend their shows, you do not need this here, I promise, you've already won," he said. Drake, taking a pause while the crowd applauded.
When the cameras receded, assuming that Drake had finished with his speech, the rapper could be heard saying "but" in the microphone. So what happened?
A source close to the situation tells E! The news that Drake made a natural break and the producers thought it was the end of the speech, which then went to commercial. According to the informant, the producers spoke with Drake immediately after his acceptance speech and offered him the opportunity to complete his speech, but Drake said that he had actually finished with his speech and was happy.
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