SKIT VIDEO: "Females be SO FRIENDLY until that Liquor Hit" - Druski says in new comedy with women at a fake house party KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Wednesday, November 9, 2022

SKIT VIDEO: "Females be SO FRIENDLY until that Liquor Hit" - Druski says in new comedy with women at a fake house party

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Druski has gotten himself involved in a fake house party, full of women. (Read More Here).

At first, they act all nice, but after getting drunk, they start misbehaving. One of the ladies said after getting drunk: “You big bacon whopper eating ass hoe!”

Another woman said: “You look SO different from Instagram”.

Drew Desbordes (born September 12, 1994), known online under the name Druski or Druski2funny, is an American internet personality. He is known for collaborating with various rappers in their music videos, like Jack Harlow, Drake, and others through various sketches.

In late 2017, Desbordes began posting comedic skits and other comedic content on his instragam account under the handle "druski2funny"

On March 9, 2020, he was featured on Lil Yachty's song "Oprah's Bank Account." On August 13, 2020, Desbordes was featured in the music video of Drake's song "Laugh Now Cry Later" featuring Lil Durk. On October 22, 2020, he was featured in Jack Harlow's song "Tyler Herro."

In 2021, Revolt and Adidas announced a new series called Sneakin’ In With Druski, with Desbordes as the host. The series has featured people like Snoop Dogg, Teyana Taylor, Yung Miami since its launch. That same year, Desbordes created the satirical label Coulda Been Records as a way for artists to come onto his Instagram Lives, usually resulting in him teasing them throughout their time on. In October 2021, Desbordes satirically offered Meek Mill to sign onto Coulda Been Records after Meek Mill said that he didn't get paid for his music.

On March 21, 2022, Twitter user OhThatMarco posted a tweet saying that Desbordes and rapper Vince Staples were attached to a Friday sequel on HBO Max. Rapper Ice Cube, who starred in the original movie, tweeted that the rumor was "blasphemy." On April 12, 2022, Desbordes shared a now-deleted skit where he invites two women into his house and gets them intoxicated with the caption "That Friend that tries to make the girls OVERLY drink." The skit prompted backlash against him, with some saying that it was glorifying sexual assault of intoxicated women.

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