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Drake broke records in epic Fortnite stream with Ninja, Juju and Travis Scott

History was made last night in the streaming world, and it was epic to say the least.

OVO’s very own “Aubrey Drizzy Drake” Graham, joined forces with Fortnite’s best player, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins for a late night streaming session.

Ninja, who rakes in $350,000 a month, is really clouting up. Rumor has it that Drake reached out to Ninja via IG to set up a time to game.

However, it would turn into an event that pop culture will never forget.

Drake (TheBoyDuddus) playing videos games in front of the world is dope.

But when it involves one of the NFL’s best two sport athletes, JuJu Smith-Schuster (FaZeJuJu_19), and hip-hop stars Lil Yachty and Travis Scott (cactus_jackk92), you know it’s lit!

Even lit might be an understatement for last night’s festivities. Thanks to Ninja, Twitch shattered its previous record for most-viewed stream by a single player.

Now the record stands 630,000 views killing the old record which stood at 388,000. Not a bad night for Ninja who averages around 70,000 views per live stream.

It seems like sports, video games, and music can all co-exist under roof. Artists could turn to video-game streaming for listening parties and Q&A’s.

During the midnight hours or what Drake calls “Scary Hours”, he revealed that he doesn’t eat meat. However, he does cosign for pineapples on pizza.

While Ninja’s Twitch stream a dream come true for fans around the world, it was the icing on the cake for Smith-Schuster.

After ending his #LeBronToPittsburgh campaign, he got to to squad up with three hip-hop stars and the most prolific Fortnite player in the world.

Being revived by Travis Scott while simultaneously bonding with Drake is more memorable than scoring touchdowns.

Last night’s stream showed that even entertainers are just everyday people at the end of the day. It’s beautiful to see entertainers from different backgrounds, come together and game out.

Fortnite is gearing up for a celebrity “Party-Royale” gaming event featuring 50 celebs and 50 professional gamers. What celebs would you like to see in the event?