Drake saw a man groping a woman at his concert, and his response was savage AF
While performing, Drake came across a fan trying to grope a woman and the singer stopped right then to put an end to it.
Drake is not the kinds to keep quiet when he sees something wrong happening in front of him - and he made that pretty clear at a concert that the singer was performing in Sydney, Australia. The Canadian singer was performing Know Yourself when he saw one of his fans groping a woman.
After witnessing the event, Drake was quick to respond and immediately asked the DJ to stop the music. He called out the fan while on stage and asked him to put an end to his behavior. The singer told this fan, "I will come out there and f**k you up."
Undoubtedly, the crowd was really happy to see how the Hotline Bling singer came out in defense of the girl who had been the victim of the assault. However, Drake did not stop there and made sure that his message was loud and clear. In order to ensure that, he called out to that fan once again.
Setting it as a last warning, Drake shouted, "If you don’t stop putting your hands on girls I’m gonna come out there and f**k your a*s up" and later, put down his microphone while speaking to the fan one last time. He then cued for the music to start playing again in order to continue his performance.
Drake is currently on his singing tour and is planning to cover Australia and New Zealand for the month of November. While the artist's actions helped restore faith in humanity post the various sexual assault cases that have been emerging in Hollywood, there have been several other singers who stopped their performance to help fans.
At another concert, Architects singer Sam Carter, while performing, noticed that one of the guys in the audience grabbed a woman's breast while she was crowd surfing. Sam could not keep himself from addressing the matter and stopped his performance to do so.
He wanted everyone to know what had happened and said, "I've been going over in my f***ing mind about whether I should say something or not about what I saw in that last song, and do you know what, I'm gonna f***ing say it." It was sure from this point that the singer was not going to tolerate any such behavior under his watch.
Letting out his frustration in the form of words Sam said, "I saw a girl, a woman, crowd surfing over here, and I'm not going to f***ing point the piece of s**t out who did it, but I saw you f***ing grab at her boob, it is f***ing disgusting and there is no place for that s***."
At the same time, the singer was clear that he wasn't going to let anyone who ill-treated someone stay at his concert. "It is not your f***ing body, it is not your f***ing body and you do not f***ing grab at someone. Not at my f***ing show. So if you feel like doing that again, walk out there and f*** off and don't come back," he said.
Sam wanted to create an environment where everyone felt safe and at the same time enjoyed their time at the concert. In order to make it clear for everyone who had been present there, he did announce it loud and clear as he spoke into the microphone.
Sam said, "Let's keep this going, let's keep this a f***ing safe place for everybody, and let's have a f***ing good time," for one last time before resuming his performance. Like every other celebrity, even Sam, like Drake wanted a sense of decorum to be present among the people who came to attend their concerts.
Meanwhile, several other celebrities have also stopped their performances in order to help fans. Recently, Harry Styles was performing at the Eventim Apollo as part of his solo world tour when he spotted a girl in distress. He quickly stopped the performance and asked his other fans to give the girl a little space.
While the guards came in to help the girl, Harry could be heard asking reassuring questions about the health of the fan. At first, he asked her if she was fine and then asked the others to help her walk out of the venue. He also advised the others to keep calm in order to maintain some decorum at the venue.
In fact, the singer even gave her tickets for his next performance to make up for the gig that she had to miss. Undoubtedly, these men are setting an example for how women should be treated.