Recently, singer Adele tackled a serious problem while performing live on stage. She expressed her concern about fans throwing things on stage, which often leads to performers getting hit. Adele boldly challenged her fans not to throw anything at her, saying: “I dare you. You dare to throw something at me and I’ll kill you.
During a performance of his cover of Ginuwine’s “So Anxious,” Canadian artist Drake also faced a similar incident when someone threw a phone at him. A video of the incident has been making the rounds on social media, showing Drake attempting to catch the object but ultimately failing. However, he continued with his acting.
This unfortunate tendency to attack artists with objects has affected a number of musicians. Bebe Rexha, for example, had a phone thrown at her face during a performance, leading to the perpetrator being arrested and charged with assault. Similarly, Ava Max experienced an audience member coming up on stage and slapping her across the face, causing an eye injury. Max expressed her frustration on Twitter, stating that the attacker would never be welcome at her concert again. Kelsea Ballerini also encountered a similar incident in Idaho where she was struck by an object. Following this disturbing incident, Ballerini urged her fans to prioritize her safety and report any suspicious or uncomfortable situations.
During the concert, Drake took the stage solo and wowed the crowd with a captivating rendition of 12 of his own songs. The show came to a close with a powerful rendition of “Legend” from Drake’s 2015 mixtape “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late.”
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