When a fan got handsy with women at a Drake concert, the Toronto rapper wasn't having it. As XXL shares, Drake was performing at an afterparty show on Tuesday in Sydney, Australia, where he's currently on tour. After seeing a guy in the crowd allegedly touch women inappropriately, Drake stopped the music and publicly confronted the fan.
"If you don't stop touching girls, I'm gonna come out there and f**k you up," Drake said to the guy in the crowd. "If you don't stop putting your hands on girls, I'm gonna come out there and f**k you up."
Drake's official fan site, Word On Road, has video from the incident:
According to GQ, security then quickly made their way through the crowd and rushed to the aid of the female fan.
Fans and media applauded Drake for publicly calling out sexual harassment.
"@Drake proves he is both the hero we want AND the hero we deserve!" shared Vh1 on Twitter.
"YES DRAKE. Men need to call out other men when they see inappropriate behaviour. So thankful Drake used his power to speak up. This is so important !!" added a fan on Twitter.
"Concerts should be safe spaces. Drake is a real one," said writer Corbin Reiff.
The More Life star has six dates in Australia and New Zealand, and he closes the tour on November 20 in Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena.
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