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In the third and final segment of Drake's "CRWN" interview with Elliott Wilson presented by Myspace, fans participated in a Q&A session that touched on everything from that Jaden Smith shirt, who he still wants to collaborate with, and why "Twitter isn't real."

After a fan mentioned the Jaden Smith VMA reaction T-shirt Drake wore recently, Elliott asked him about his public sense of humor, and if he takes criticisms seriously.

"If that's the best thing you have on me then why wouldn't I?... That's amazing, things could be so much worse," Drake said. "I'm able to laugh first of all, I don't take myself too serious enough to the point that it's like, when something's funny, I'm all about funny. I'll laugh at anything, I love to laugh. Even if it's at the expense of myself. I understand what Instagram and the Internet and all that has become. Any image of you that's remotely just slightly off a bit, they're gonna capitalize on that."

Drake talked about how his life is very much out in the open—whether it's his age, his past on Degrassi or his fashion, he has nothing to hide from the fans and the critics. A fan brought up how personal Drake gets on his records, and asked what the real life application of that is. She mentioned his fans use Twitter to "subtweet" their feelings to which Drake responded with "Twitter isn't real."

"There's no gauge on real life on Twitter. That's a terrible medium to exist in, and you can enjoy it, you can even indulge in it, but just don't live your life by that weird code on that Internet program."

Watch Drake get candid with fans in the final segment above.  

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