NewsAlert: Drake wins best rap song Grammy award for 'God's Plan'

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Drake picked up his fourth career Grammy for "God's Plan" in the best rap song category. The Toronto rapper used his acceptance speech to lambast the Grammy Awards. The hitmaker, born Aubrey ......

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