Joanne the Scammer fakes a Rihanna & Drake project in what may be her biggest scam yet
If you thought Joanne the Scammer had reached new scamming heights when she crashed last weekend's MTV Video Music Awards, think again. Everyone's favorite viral superstar is it again, and this time, Drake and Rihanna fell victim! Tuesday afternoon, a mysterious website, DrakeAndRihanna.com appeared online. The internet went into a frenzy with many people thinking the countdown clock on the site was referencing an upcoming music project from the duo
If Drake and Rihanna have a joint tour I'm emptying my bank acc rn forget school forget a car — Run Them Pearls Hoe! (@hollygojahni) August 30, 2016 ''
Drake and Rihanna album coming. That's my guess.— Nebraska Jones (@MrsKimmieHaze) August 30, 2016'
im scared of whatever that drake and rihanna site is counting down to — SadeVEVO (@fillegrossiere) August 30, 2016 '' However, sources soon revealed to numerous outlets that the site was fake
Soon enough, the countdown and OvO signage was replaced with a video of the iconic Joanne, portrayed by Branden Miller. The news was first figured out by New York Magazine, who realized that the site was from Super Deluxe, a comedy site that Miller frequently collaborates with
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In the video on the site, Joanne berates Drizzy for not acknowledging her at the VMAs, and admits the website is a hoax