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X has clinched the top spot in the Apple App Store, securing its position as the most downloaded free app. The achievement, however, unfolds against the backdrop of a sensational scandal involving a leaked video purportedly featuring the renowned rapper Drake in a compromising situation. The juxtaposition of X’s success and the viral Drake nude video scandal questions the platform’s ability to maintain a safe environment for its users.

X Hits Number One in the App Store

Elon Musk proudly announced X’s ascent to the pinnacle of the App Store, emphasizing the app’s resilience despite recent controversies. The company’s success in app downloads appears undeterred, even as it grapples with the fallout from yet another scandal involving a high-profile celebrity promoting through provoking inquiries about the interplay between sensational content, user engagement, and the platform’s overall popularity.

Drake Nude Video Scandal Goes Viral

Amid X’s triumph in the App Store charts, a new scandal has erupted with the hashtag “drakevideo” trending across the platform. Users found themselves embroiled in speculation as a video allegedly featuring Drake circulated, adding fuel to the ongoing discourse around privacy, consent, and content moderation; the incident follows a recent struggle for X to contain explicit content, particularly AI-generated images targeting celebrities like Taylor Swift. Despite the company’s commitment to a safe environment, challenges persist in maintaining a balance between free expression and preventing the dissemination of nonconsensual material.

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