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16 November 2017, 10:13 | Updated: 16 November 2017, 10:19
Drizzy was ready to jump into the crowd.
Drake stopped his performance to threaten a fan after he spotted them groping women in a club in Sydney, Australia.
The ‘Views’ rapper, who is currently on tour in Australia and New Zealand, appeared to be riled after he saw women being harassed in the crowd of Marquee nightclub, following his performance earlier that evening at Qudos Bank Arena as part of his Boy Meets World Tour.
“If you don’t stop touching girls, I’m gonna f*ck you up bro,” he yelled at a fan, after pausing a performance of ‘Know Yourself’.
“I’m not playing with you bro. I am not playing with you,” he reiterated on stage.
“If you don’t stop putting your hands on girls I’m gonna come in there and f*ck you up myself.”
The man who appeared to respond to Drake’s threats was then dragged from the crowd by security.
Meanwhile, Drake recently confirmed that he is currently working on his next album.
Fans recently got excited after a snippet of a new Drake song rumoured to be called ‘God’s Plan’ leaked online.
Drake’s producer Noah ‘40’ Shebib also recently posted a picture of the rapper’s hard drive on Instagram, hinting they were working on a new project.
This follows news that Drake is also bringing popular TV show ‘Top Boy’ back to screens.
The rapper, who bought the show last year, recently confirmed that the highly-anticipated third season will air on Netflix in 2019.