Rapper Drake has had another item thrown at him on stage, following a litany of other objects in a rising trend at concerts.
This time he had a book pelted at him by a fan during his Friday concert in San Francisco (Saturday in Australia).
“You lucky I’m quick,” he told the fan after catching it in time. “Would’ve had to beat your ass if that hit me in the face.”
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The 36-year-old musician was most recently hit with a 36G bra from a fan, after he requested that undergarments be thrown on stage instead of other items.
“But don’t start throwing shoes and phones and s–t,” he said. His fans did not listen.
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Just days earlier, he had a vape thrown at him from the crowd.
The Hotline Bling singer was stunned as he questioned it. “Hey, who threw this? Who threw the vape?”
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“There’s no way you’re taking life serious if you think I’m gonna pick this vape up and vape with you at the f—–g Barclays Center.”
The audience laughed as Drake used his foot to kick the vape on the ground, telling it’s owner, “You got some real life evaluating to do.”
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“Throwing this f—–g lemon mint vape up here… Thinking I’m about to vape with you at the Barclays.”
Before this incident, he was also hit by a phone which struck his wrist, but didn’t let it disrupt the performance.
In the last few months, many artists have been the victim of this disturbing new trend at concerts, with a number of them coming away with injuries.
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Harry Styles took a second to collect himself after he was hit in they eye with an object while performing in Vienna. Bebe Rexha, Kelsea Ballerini and Ava Max, have also had things thrown at them, with Rexha suffering a serious injury to her eye.
The only artist to “fight back” against concert-throwers has been Cardi B, who lobbed her microphone at a fan who splashed her drink at her during a performance. The fan who was allegedly hit with the microphone filed a police report with the LVMPD after being “struck by an item that was thrown from the stage,” police told CNN.
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However, Cardi B will not face charges, as the case was dismissed due to insufficient evidence.