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UPDATE:  Drake recently sat down to be interviewed with Complex magazine and spoke about last Sunday’s BET Awards.

This past Sunday, everyone was shocked to see you sitting on a stool. Did you ever think to yourself, Maybe I shouldn’t perform?

Drake: That, actually-to be honest-was a terrible idea that I’ll never do to myself again. [Laughs] But I was being pressed from different areas to perform, and I think what really happened at the BET Awards is with the passing of Mike, the climate really changed, as far as the award show goes. I don’t think it called for us to perform “Every Girl” and “Always Strapped,” and I think it was an award show filled with tributes and music and these genuine heartfelt speeches. And to sort of climax out of a very tongue-in-cheek point, and then people misconstruing Wayne’s daughters and her friends coming out on stage…

Complex: Yeah, it really was an awkward moment.

Drake: Yeah, it was just timed very poorly and it definitely wasn’t planned like that, but with that being said, it is what is. I believe in Wayne and myself and it’s nothing we can’t bounce back from. To anyone who was offended, my personal apologies, it wasn’t intended to offend anybody.

Speaking of offending, check out Drake’s new video for “Best I Ever Had” here:

We were pretty upset with this performance Sunday night, but now we’re outraged because we just found out some of the young girls that appeared on the stage with Drake and Lil Wayne are family.

Turns out that girl group OMG, were the underage girls who appeared onstage with the duo.

The group’s lead singer is Zonnique, 12, daughter of Tameka “Tiny” Cottle. The other three members are Reginae Carter, 9, Wayne’s daughter with Toya Carter who stars on Tiny & Toya (which premieres on BET tonight at 10pm); Bahjah Rodriguez, who turns 12 in August, and her sister Lourdes Rodriguez, who turns 11 in September.

What responsible parent would allow this? Tell us what you think?

Take a look at the video shoot of “Best I Ever Had” here.

We wonder what was Drake thinking last night when he performed his new single ” Every Girl In The World ” with Lil Wayne and said he wanted to F**k every girl in the world. Keep in mind the stage was filled with young girls during the performance.

Watch the video below:

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