Similar Look Challenges Drake To A Million Dollar Boxing Match, Offers An Invaluable Reason For His Acceptance

The famous Drake doppelgänger known as “Fake Drake” has an interesting show of a real rapper.

The copycat, also known as Izzy and who also happens to be from Toronto, has gained increasing fame due to his striking resemblance to the multi-platinum artist. He even has Drake’s trademark “Certified Lover Boy” haircut.

“Fake Drake” managed to fool the audience into visiting nightclubs and attending events, and even performed some pieces of the Canadian musician for a fee.

During his recent appearance on the “We In Miami” podcast, “Fake Drake” took his impressionistic achievement to a whole new level, challenging Drake to a boxing match — and delivering a priceless prize.

“I’m challenging Drake to a boxing match. I just signed up for Celebrity Boxing. If I win, I’ll change my name from Easy Drake to just Easy, you know,” he said during the episode that aired on Tuesday.

“If I win, I need a million dollars, and I need to sign with OVO because I’m just trying to feed my family,” he added, referring to the Canadian record label Drake founded in 2012.

Champagne Papi allegedly gave Izzy his blessing for his impersonation last year but has yet to respond to the challenge.

However, OVO Mark, one of Drake’s oldest and best friends, criticized the song “Fake Drake”.

“What a loser….get a life,” he captioned on Instagram.

Earlier this month, Izzy posted a clip on Instagram of himself inviting Drake to congratulate him on dropping his latest album, “Honestly, Nevermind,” and apparently confirming that the artist approves of his work.

“Yo, this album was tough, bro. Congratulations on landing,” he said in the video.

Watch the full interview below.

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