Drake Casually Drops In To Play Sandbox Shooter Fortnite On Twitch & Gamers Everywhere Lose It!

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You’ll probably never play video games with Drake — but you can WATCH him play videos games with someone else! That’s just as fun, right?

On Wednesday night, live streaming platform Twitch broke its record for most-viewed stream by a single player when gamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins put together an all-star group to play the popular game Fortnite.

Not only was the pro-gamer joined by NFL rookie JuJu Smith-Schuster and rapper Travis Scott, but Drizzy himself (under the name TheBoyDuddus) dropped in for a few matches of the sandbox shooter and some light chit-chat!

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Before all four assembled for some team action, Ninja played a few “pretty lit” matches just with Drake — where the duo chatted about pizza toppings, how the rapper has been watching Ninja on YouTube in between recording his next album, and the future development of the game.

After Drake signed in, the stream started trending on Twitter and hit 630,000 concurrent viewers, obliterating the previous record of 388,000 viewers for a single-player stream.

Ch-ch-check out the clips (below) for the team game action and Drake and Ninja’s exclusive play time.

Watch Squads with Drake, Travis and JuJu you heard me. | @Ninja on Twitter and Instagram from Ninja on www.twitch.tv

Are celebrities on Twitch part of god’s plan? More likely Amazon‘s. Ha!

[Image via Instagram/YouTube.]

Mar 15, 2018 10:11am PDT