Drake Cuts MJ Song “Don’t Matter to Me” from UK Leg of European Tour

Drake Cuts MJ Song "Don't Matter to Me" from UK Leg of European Tour

Drake is leaving behind one of his biggest songs featuring Michael Jackson as he heads across the pond to tour and it’s all because of “Leaving Neverland.”

Following the Michael Jackson documentary and the takedown of another black culture icon rapper Drake is leaving his song “Don’t Matter to Me” off the tour. Read on…

Above Drake is keeping fans posted with snippets of his tour once the shows are complete. CelebNMusic247.com reports that Drizzy has removed the song “Don’t Matter to Me” a “Scorpion” track featuring MJ’s vocals from his setlist on the UK leg of his international tour.

Drake‘s first show went down Sunday, and the omission didn’t go unnoticed.

Why Drake Cuts MJ Song?

Following the drama surrounding the “Leaving Neverland,” Michael Jackson fans and peers are turning their backs without evidence or any truth. The only person defending MJ is T.I.

While performing at Manchester Arena Drake started with the same opening and closing songs that he picked for his North America tour, with one big exception … the Jackson track which he performed during his 2018 US tour.

Of course, that was all before HBO aired the explosive documentary about MJ, in which Wade Robson and James Safechuck accuse him of sexually abusing them as children in extremely graphic detail.

The Manchester show was the first of about a dozen more shows across the pond where Drake will NOT be performing make “Don’t Matter to Me” during his stops in London, Birmingham, and Dublin.

No word on whether Drake actually believes the allegations against Michael.

Regardless, The Champaign Papi’s move to mute MJ speaks volumes.


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