Drake appeared to gift a fan a whopping $78,000 ($50,000 USD) at his Miami concert last week in an incredible moment captured on camera.
The rapper, 36, was performing on stage when a fan’s unusual sign caught his attention.
The concertgoer held up a sign saying he was newly-single and meant to be at the concert with his ex-girlfriend.
Watch the video above.
The sign read: ”I spent all my savings buying tickets for me and my ex, but Honestly, Nevermind, it’s really Her Loss,” referring to two of Drake’s albums.
“I like that sign,” Drake said as he paused his concert.
“That’s a good sign to pick tonight. Usually I’ll do something nice for a lady. I’ll do something nice, I’ll give away a bag or some shit like that,” he said to cheers from the crowd.
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“So, she ain’t come with you tonight? She ain’t come with you tonight – to the Drake show? What the f–k is wrong with her?”
He added: “You know what? She’s gonna feel real f–ked up ’cause I’ma give you 50 bands, so you gon’ flex on her tonight.”
“That’s how we doing it tonight, big dog! It’s your night tonight! And I won’t say it how y’all said it, but f–k that young lady.”
Three weeks ago at one of his concerts, Drake had a bit of a security scare while performing in Austin, Texas.
The Canadian hitmaker, 36, was talking to the crowd on stage during a break from performing, when a fan jumped on stage to try and shake his hand.
The One Dance artist initially pushed the male fan away and told off his security guards for failing to stop the fan sooner.
“Y’all not doing security?” Drake asked his security team in footage shared on TikTok.
As a guard walked up to get the fan, the musician told him he was “slow as f–k”.
Eventually, Drake eased up on the fan and shook his hand and helped escort him off stage.
Prior to that, Drake had a fan pelt a book at him while he was on stage in San Francisco.
Before this incident, he was also hit by a phone which struck his wrist, but didn’t let it disrupt the performance.
In the last few months, many artists have been the victim of this disturbing new trend at concerts, with a number of them coming away with injuries.