Drake was hit by a cell phone while performing, making him the latest victim of an on-stage attack following a string of incidents involving other musicians.
The 36-year-old kicked off his It’s A Blur tour in Chicago this week but while he was performing a cover of Ginuwine’s So Anxious, a phone hit him on the wrist and fell to the ground.
Thankfully, the Hotline Bling singer wasn’t injured and didn’t stop singing, carrying on with the first concert of his four-month-long tour.
The rapper hasn’t toured since 2018 with the Aubrey & The Three Migos tour and has since released four more albums.
He is far from the only star to fall victim to bad behavior from his audience either as these attacks have grown more common, sadly.
Earlier this year, Bebe Rexha, 33, was hit in the face with a cell phone thrown at her and suffered a black eye which required three stitches.
The concert-goer responsible was Nicolas Malvagna, 27, was charged with assault.
Bebe has returned to performing live but now wears protective goggles while on stage.
Last week, Kelsea Ballerini, 29, was hit in the face while on stage with a bracelet and afterward took to Instagram to share she was alright.
She added it hit her in the eye but it didn’t hurt it “more so scared me”.