Drake Makes Heartfelt Request to Fans During Concert.
Drake, the renowned Canadian superstar, surprised his fans during his recent “It’s All A Blur Tour” performance at the Kia Forum. Traditionally, fans had engaged in a unique practice of tossing bras onto the stage as part of the concert experience. However, this time, Drake had a special reason to pause this tradition.
In a heartfelt moment, the rapper announced to the audience that his son, Adonis, was attending the show for the very first time. He approached the microphone and candidly shared, “I can’t talk about titties tonight in LA because my son is at the show for the first time ever. So, we’re going to keep this real PG tonight. Y’all, keep your bras on.”
This request marked a significant shift from previous concerts where fans enthusiastically participated in tossing garments onto the stage in response to Drake’s prompt. The gesture had become a trend for several weeks until the recent concert, where the focus shifted to respecting the artist’s heartfelt sentiments.
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Veronica Correia, an attendee of Drake’s concert, captured his attention with an unexpected gesture during the Brooklyn tour stop. She notably threw her 36G cup bra onto the stage, and this viral moment not only led to an offer from Playboy but also sparked multiple conversations with the rapper through Instagram DMs.
In an engaging interview with TMZ, Correia shared her experience. She admitted, “I hadn’t planned on throwing my bra at Drake’s concert. I had mentioned it, but I thought, ‘You know what? I’ll just wear it for the night. I’ll keep it on.'”
As the concert unfolded, Correia found herself in a lively moment, with Drake passing by her and heading towards the DJ booth where he was performing up close. She recounted, “In that moment, I thought, ‘Yeah, I’m going to do it.’ He was right beside me.”
In another video that quickly gained traction on social media, Drake stood up for one of his female fans. After tossing a towel into the crowd, a male concertgoer reportedly got into a dispute with a woman over it. Reacting swiftly, the Toronto rapper exclaimed, “I’ll send someone up there.” The incident highlighted Drake’s attentiveness and concern for his fans’ well-being during his shows.