Drake issued threats to his fam
Popular American rapper, Drake threatened to beat up a man at his show last night after he appeared to notice him groping women in the audience, The Sun UK reports.
The Motto rapper stopped mid-show to address the man while performing at an after party in Sydney on Wednesday.
The 31-year-old could be heard telling the DJ to halt the music, before giving somebody close to the stage a brutal telling off.
"If you don’t stop touching girls, I’m going to come out there and f**k you up," the chart-topper warned.
And his cautioning didn’t end there, as Drake reiterated: "You need to stop putting your hands on girls or I’m gonna come out there and f***” you up."
The audience cheered the star each time he rebuked the fan, before he continued his high-octane performance of Know Yourself.
Drake – who is currently on the Australian leg of his world tour – was entertaining party-goers at Marquee nightclub, following his show at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena.
The rapper was praised on social media for the way he handled the situation, with one fan raving: "@Drake did the right thing shoutout to him."
Another enthused: "@Drake well done last night for sticking up for what’s morally right… much respect your way."
However, there were those who claimed the rapper should have had the culprit ejected from the club.
"You all know I [love] Drake but that dude should have been kicked out straight away…no threat, no strikes just zero tolerance," shared one fan.