Drake Becomes the Latest Artist to Get Pelted by a Phone Onstage

Drake Becomes the Latest Artist to Get Pelted by a Phone Onstage

Drake turns into the most recent artist to get hit with an object thrown onstage mid-performance throughout his tour kickoff Wednesday evening in Chicago.

Drake’s “It’s All a Blur” tour with 21 Savage began Wednesday evening in Chicago after delays to the preliminary efficiency — the place he turned the most recent artist to get hit with a telephone thrown onstage. 

An Instagram video captured the incident, exhibiting the telephone hitting Drake in his decrease arm whereas performing his rendition of Ginuwine’s “So Anxious.” He watched the telephone hit his arm and continued rapping; happily, if he sustained any damage, it appeared minor.

The current “development” of hitting performers with objects started when singer Bebe Rexha was hit within the face with a cellphone mid-performance. Rexha shared pictures after the damage, for which she obtained a black eye and required stitches. A 27-year-old concertgoer was arrested and charged with assault after the New York Metropolis efficiency. 

Pop singer Ava Max was struck within the face by a fan who rushed the stage throughout her efficiency in Los Angeles, after which safety tackled the person to the bottom.

“He slapped me so onerous that he scratched the within of my eye,” the singer tweeted after the incident. “He’s by no means coming to a present once more.”

Nation pop star Kelsea Ballerini was hit with a bracelet thrown at her throughout a efficiency. Ballerini left the stage to gather her emotions on the incident, returning to the stage moments later to complete her efficiency and tackle what had occurred.

“All I care about is holding everybody secure. Should you ever don’t really feel secure, please let somebody round . If anybody’s pushing an excessive amount of otherwise you simply have that intestine feeling, simply all the time flag it,” Ballerini mentioned. “Don’t throw issues. You understand?”

She later addressed the incident in an Instagram story, telling followers she was okay.

“All of us have triggers and layers of fears method deeper than what’s proven, and that’s why I walked offstage to relax and ensure myself, band and crew, and the gang all felt secure to proceed,” she writes. “That’s all I ever need, is for exhibits to really feel like a secure place for all of us.”


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