Drake is taking a stand against harassment.
During a recent performance at a nightclub in Sydney, Australia, the More Life rapper singled out a fan who he apparently saw groping women.
Stopping his performance of “Know Yourself,” Drake directed his attention to the fan and made his stance known. “If you don’t stop touching girls,” he said, pointing an index finger at the alleged perpetrator, “I’m gon’ come out there and fuck you up.”
While fans cheered, Drake repeated his message. “If you don’t stop putting your hands on girls, I’m gonna come out there and fuck you up.”
It’s unclear if any other actions were taken against the fan in question. Shortly after sending that message, the Toronto MC began performing “Jumpman.”
In related news, Drizzy is celebrating the six-year anniversary of his second album Take Care. To celebrate, the rapper posted an image of himself looking at an early draft of the tracklisting, which was taken by his longtime producer 40.
Now, the 6 God will continue on his “Boy Meets World Tour” through Australia and New Zealand, which ends Nov. 20 in Melbourne. He is also readying a new album as well as projects in television and film.