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Drake isn’t a star who will stand and sing while someone in the audience objectifies women.
The rapper was performing at an after-party event of his tour in Sydney, Australia, when he caught a man in the audience groping some of the women.
The 31-year-old star asked the DJ to pause for a bit, “Yo, stop that s***,” he said before stopping his performance of “Know Yourself.”
Drake then pointed out toward the man and said, “If you don’t stop touching girls, I will come out there and f**k you up.”
“I'm not playing with you, bro.”
The rapper’s move caused his fans to roar and cheer for the clear message that Drake won’t tolerate sexual assault.
“If you don’t stop putting your hands on girls, I’m going [to] come out there and f**k you up myself,” the hip-hop star repeated, making sure the man, who was touching women inappropriately, heard his message loud and clear.
Soon Drake resumed the show, and it's unclear what happened to the groper. Maybe he learned his lesson or someone from the security might have thrown him out — either way, the pervert got what he deserved.
The internet fell in love with this defender of women and his fans stormed Twitter with approval and love.
i didn’t think i could love him anymore than do i do but this video just provided that wrong. i love him sm wow. go drake !— maytal :) (@Maymay2462) November 16, 2017
He’s such an advocate for us women. I ❤️ him. 🤤— Queen of the Fall. (@ItsMEJessie00) November 16, 2017
RESPECT— Diana (@notattoohoran) November 16, 2017
What a sweetheart pic.twitter.com/QNX95Pxnxu— Courtney Simpson 🦃 (@court1079) November 15, 2017
Aubrey forever getting my heart— Madeline O'Connor (@Madeline_OC) November 16, 2017
@bffjillo the hero we deserve— S. Gonzales (@MisS_gonzo) November 16, 2017
I don't really listen to hip hop so I dont know much about drake but I hella respect that he shut down sexual harassment at his show.— Pumpkin Spice Julia (@hotcheetojunkie) November 16, 2017
Drake can plant a seed inside me any day— Clara 💕 (@claravelarde13) November 16, 2017
You gotta love drake https://t.co/wDdJLZcSL2— NickyD✌️❤️🏈🎤🦄🦅 (@NickyDs96) November 16, 2017
All men take note and never turn a blind eye while a woman is being objectified.
Thumbnail Credits: Reuters, Lucas Jackson