During a recent tour stop in Australia, Drake let it be universally known that he will not tolerate any behavior that makes his female fans uncomfortable during his live performances.
As reported, the 6 God recently paused mid-set to call out a male member of the audience to warm him what would happen if he continued inappropriately touching some of the girls trying to enjoy the show next to him.
"Stop that s—t," the Toronto rapper said, directing his comments to a man in the crowd. "If you don't stop touching girls, I'm gonna come out there and f—k you up."
Following this statement, Drizzy was met with explosive cheers from the crowd, leading the rapper to repeat the message: "If you don't stop putting your hands on girls, I'm going to come out there and f—k your ass up."
The powerful moment was captured on social media, with the video quickly circulating online and many praising Drake for his attentiveness to supporting his female fans. Check it out below.
Additionally, while on the road, Drake also took a moment to reflect on the making of Take Care, in honor of the album turning six today (Nov. 15). The project debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart back in 2011, later going on to win Drake a Grammy Award for "Best Rap Album." The album has since sold over 4,000,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
To celebrate the milestone, the rapper shared a throwback photo of him reviewing an early tracklist of the project. See below.