During a performance in Sydney, Australia, Drake stopped a song midway on seeing a female fan being harassed by a man. The singer was singing Know Yourself lost his cool when he saw a man in the crowd groping women. Before resuming the concert, Drake spoke to the female fan just to make sure she was fine.
A video of the incident recorded by a fan has gone viral. In the video, Drake can be heard shouting:
If you don’t stop touching girls. I will come out there and f**k you up. I’m not playing, if you don’t stop putting your hands on girls, I’m gonna come out there and fuck your a** up.
Here is the video which has gone viral:
This is, however, not the first time when a celebrity has stopped a gig to call out molestation. Here are 4 more times celebs lashed out at creepy fans during a concert.
Pakistani singer Atif Aslam stopped a concert midway to rescue a fan from eve-teasers. However, later the man who was labeled a molester revealed his side of the story and said it was the girls who assaulted him.
Here is the video which had gone viral on social media:
Sam Carter paused a concert after he claimed to have seen a man grope a female fan who was crowd-surfing. He even lashed out at the man for his obscene action. He said:
I saw a girl, a woman, crowdsurfing over here, and I’m not going to f***ing point the piece of s**t out who did it, but I saw you f***ing grab at her boob, it is f***ing disgusting and there is no place for that s***.
American rock band Circa Survive’s guitarist Brendan Ekstrom stopped a concert midway to confront a man whom he thought was harassing women. In a series of tweets, he explained what he saw from the stage:
Staind frontman Aaron Lewis stopped a concert in 2014 to berate a group of fans who were molesting women. He even threatened to jump in the crowd if any of the men touched any woman again.
Here is a video of the incident:
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