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Grammys say Drake had finished his speech when they cut him off

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Grammys say Drake had finished his speech when they cut him off

Grammys say Drake had finished his speech when they cut him off

A Grammys source has insisted Drake had actually finished his acceptance speech on Sunday night (02.10.19) when he appeared to be cut off after playing down the importance of award shows.

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