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Grammy Producers Thought Drake’s Speech Was Finished After Pausing, Offered More Time

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Grammy Producers Thought Drake’s Speech Was Finished After Pausing, Offered More Time

Grammy Producers Thought Drake’s Speech Was Finished After Pausing, Offered More Time

Drake seemingly had more to say during his acceptance speech at the Grammys, but after taking a pause producers decided it was time for a commercial break.

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