As Page Six notes, a patron in the crowd caught the Scorpion artist's eye around 1 AM. He promptly stopped the show, taking place at Scottdale's private jet complex, Hangar One, to deal with the “distraction.” At the time, he said, “Gimme a sec,” before grabbing the person's phone to show the rest of the crowd the message displayed for Drake to read.
“Let's f*ck,” was written across the screen, and clearly, Champagne Papi was intrigued enough by the proposition to acknowledge it. However, he declined the confident fan's advance and went back to crooning out some of his greatest hits. During his set, the Toronto native let the crowd know he was asked to perform for just 20 minutes, or three songs.
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Instead, though, he put on the show of a lifetime for everyone in the building. “I can either do my 20 minutes or we could just run through all the old shit. It's up to you,” he told them. Ultimately, he launched into titles like “God's Plan,” “Best I Ever Had,” and “Hold On, We're Going Home.” Elsewhere during his time on stage, Drake rapped “Started From the Bottom,” “Headlines,” and “HYFR (Hell Ya F*cking Right).”
Drake has obviously been having a great time surrounded by his fellow celebrities in Arizona, but he's got plenty of big things going on outside of that as well. Earlier today, Barstool Sports unveiled their recent sitdown with the Canadian and his young son, Adonis. During their chat with Caleb Pressley, neither the father nor the child held back when answering questions.
Among their topics of discussion were things like Drizzy's parenting skills, and having a lot of feelings. Additionally, the trio spoke about the proper way to call women to ensure their maximum satisfaction. Check out the full interview here, and check back later for more hip-hop news updates.