Drake performs on stage during the Summer Sixteen Tour on Sunday, July 31, 2016, in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Arthur Mola/Invision/AP)
TORONTO (AP) — Kanye West has teased the possibility of collaborating on an album with Drake.
The hip-hop superstars appeared together during a performance at OVO Fest in Drake’s native Toronto on Monday.
At one point during the show, video shows West asking the crowd if they were “ready for this album” before pointing toward Drake as he entered the stage.
Both Drake and West have mentioned the possibility of working with one another previously.
The rappers also appeared together during a concert in West’s hometown of Chicago last week.
Do NOT believe everything your GPS Tells you
I know this is hard to believe, but sometimes your GPS doesn’t know best.
A 23-year-old woman was driving in Ontario, Canada on Thursday night, and since it was dark and foggy, she couldn’t see well. So she followed her GPS’s directions . . . straight into a BAY.
Fortunately she got her window down before the car lost power, and she managed to swim to shore . . . but the car was a total loss.
There’s a reason people now live with their parents well into their 20s. Free rent, food, Internet, and insurance are AWESOME.
But what if they AREN’T free? A guy from Canada just posted on Reddit about how his plan to live for free with his parents backfired . . . when his mom gave him a BILL.
He’s in college, and he just finished 13 months at his parents’ house. And his mom gave him an itemized bill for a total of almost $29,000 in charges.
The bulk of that is his tuition, but it also included his share of the water bill, gas, cable, Internet, food, and health insurance. She also included a cleaning fee and the cost of the “specialty meals” she made for him.
And . . . she threw in a $1,000 fee for being, quote, “an [a-hole] and not appreciative of your mother’s support financially or otherwise.” That’s $1,000 Canadian, which is $745 in American dollars.
He says his mom did it to teach him a lesson and, quote, “I hope to one day be successful enough to repay her.”
Anyone can get their lady roses for Valentine’s Day. But if you REALLY want to impress her, why not give her DORITOS roses. Seriously.
Doritos actually gave away free bouquets of flowers made out of Doritos on their website. Unfortunately it was only in Canada, and they were all snapped up already. But you can make your OWN. Even if you’re not that crafty.
Just buy some fake plastic roses, take off the petals, and glue some of the curlier Doritos from a bag in their place. There’s even a step-by-step guide to making them . . . just Google “Doritos Roses Are The Only Valentine’s Day Gift Worth Giving.”
The only downside is that you can’t EAT them, because of the glue. But they’ll make for a GREAT Instagram post. And isn’t that all she REALLY wants?
A 26-year-old guy in Canada wanted to get attention for his cleaning business Sunday so he tied 110 helium balloons to a lawn chair and floated up into the sky. He actually landed safely . . . but the cops were there to arrest him for mischief.
There was a movie in 2003 called “Danny Deckchair” where a guy ties a bunch of helium balloons to a lawn chair and floats through the sky.
And yes, that also happened with the old man’s house in “Up”, but the obscure “Danny Deckchair” reference is far more relevant to this story. Don’t be so mainstream.
26-year-old Daniel Boria of Calgary, Alberta, Canada wanted to get some viral attention for his cleaning company on Sunday, so he decided to risk his life. He tied 110 helium balloons to a lawn chair and let them take him up into the sky.
He floated through the air . . . he’s not sure exactly how high he got, but it was high enough to get a LOT of attention. Unfortunately for him, some of that attention came from the cops . . . and they arrested him when he landed.
He was charged with mischief since the chair could’ve hurt someone when it fell . . . and he could be facing more charges for violating Canada’s federal aviation laws.
Daniel says the stunt cost him about $20,000 and he wore a parachute just in case things went wrong. Quote, “You can spend the same marketing dollars on a billboard, or you can fly . . . seems like more fun, right?”