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Drake Rapper blasts Madonna over Coachella kiss comment

During an “Ask Anything” video session, Madonna replied a fan's question about her drake kiss as, ''I kissed a girl and I liked it''.

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Drake fights Madonna after kissing comment

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Madonna kisses Drake at Coachella

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Drake is reportedly dissing Madonna after she allegedly said kissing him at the Coachella Music Festival last April was like kissing a girl.

In responds to that, the rapper changed the lyrics to his song, 'Madonna' to 'Rihanna' while performing at the 'Jungle Tour' concert in Houston on Sunday, May 24.

Swapping out Madonna’s name for his ex-girlfriend’s, Drake rapped, ''You could be as Rihanna, just get in the car and then let’s touch the road.''

As we earlier reported, Madonna surprised Drake during his Coachella set in April by unexpectedly planting a long kiss on him. Drake could be seen immediately covering his mouth with his hand, which led many people to believe that he didn’t like the kiss. The rapper later clarified that he had gotten some of Madonna’s lipstick in his mouth, but he nevertheless enjoyed the lip-locking session.

During an “Ask Anything” video session, she alluded that she didn’t really enjoy her makeout with Drake. When a fan pressed Madonna as to whether the rapper was a good kisser, she responded, “I kissed a girl, and I liked it.”

She later mentioned the kiss again in the video, noting, “Don’t kiss Drake, no matter how many times he begs you.”

Watch the video below of Drake changing the lyrics to his song “Madonna,” and tell us what you think.

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