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Drake Surprised By Panties Thrown On Stage By Woman Who Lost Nearly 200 Pounds

A lady showed off her incredible body transformation by tossing her underwear at Drake during his performance.

Stephanie Valentine lost 175 pounds in the past 18 months and shared that she now feels more "confident" than ever before.

She revealed that she can now enjoy experiences she couldn't before, including attending a Drake concert.

Stephanie, who has a massive following of 1.8 million on TikTok, recorded a video of herself at the 'Passionfruit' singer's New York show.

In the TikTok video, which has now been viewed 1.6 million times, Stephanie holds up her old underwear and says: "These used to be my panties, and tonight, I'm throwing them at Drake."


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Next, the video shows Stephanie carefully ironing the phrase 'Drake likes his girls BBW (Big Beautiful Women)' onto her underwear.

"Ok here's the final pantie. Now I'm headed to New York," she excitedly says.

At the concert, Stephanie captures the moment she tosses the panties at Drake while he performs 'In My Feelings.'

The underwear lands on the stage, and to her amazement, Drake picks them up and displays them to the cheering crowd.

In a subsequent TikTok video, Stephanie shares the heartfelt reason behind her gesture of affection for the singer.


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"So I lost 175 pounds, and this year I said, 'I'm going to experience concerts', because before, I didn't fit in the concert chair. When I stood all night, my knees, my ankles, and my whole leg would be sore for a week, and I hated concerts because of that," she explained.

"So this year, I sat in the 200s, the 300s, the 100s, I sat in row one, seat one, and then the floor, to really experience a concert."

"If I was going to go front row at a Drake concert, absolutely I would throw my bra and panties at him."

"'And I know there has been people saying, 'Ugh, disgusting', but you what, I feel so liberated, I feel so free, and I feel so confident."

Many praised Stephanie for her confidence.

One commenter wrote: "I'm super proud of you. I've watched your journey and think you are an inspiration."

Another thought: "You are an amazing human being."

A third expressed: "Good for you. Have the best time ever."