AceShowbiz - Drake was not afraid of poking fun at his fans. When hitting the stage during his "It's All a Blur" concert just days after a female concertgoer threw him a bra, the "God's Plan" hitmaker noticed a crying concertgoer among his packed audience, and chose to make a joke out of it.
The rare interaction took place when the 36-year-old kicked start his gig with "Jungle" performance. His eyes then caught a fan who got emotional and could not hold in her tears, prompting him to ask the fan, "Why are you crying already?" Unable to hold back his laughter, he proceeded to quip, "The show just started!"
Drake's funny gesture was shared through a video uploaded on Instagram by Our Generation Music. The post did not take long to be flooded with responses. In the comments section of the post, one commented, "Bro went from Jaded to Jungle. Shi Id be crying too." Another joined in, "Nah Id be crying too if I heard that jawn live."
A third could not help but pointed out, "Crying over drake gotta one of the most embarrassing things ever." A fourth, meanwhile, took the focus away from the crying fan to Drake's hit by noting, "Jungle by Drake will always be [a fire emoji] we gone be 50 - 90+ still playing that song."
Drake's moment with the crying fan came a few days after he got a bra thrown to the stage by a female concertgoer in Chicago. Making light of the situation, the four-time Grammy winner quipped, "Oh yeah, this is definitely how I like it right here. Damn, s**t."
"Some knocks - whose is this by the way? This yours? 38DD, never let me down before. Nasty," he continued. "Shout out to the girls with the small titties. Shoutout to the girls with little booties, big booties, you know?All races, all faces, all places. Thank you. Yeah, this is worth it. It's like eating in."
Bra aside, Drake seemed to have thrown shade at fellow artist Kendrick Lamar during his Chicago concert. "I don't know about these guys that go away three, four, five years and wanna chill out and all that s**t," he stated. It was believed Drake was referring to how much music Kendrick put out.