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Drake Warns Fan Who Hurled Book While He Performed On Stage

During Drake‘s “It’s All a Blur” tour, he displayed quick reflexes when a book, his own poetry collection, “Titles Ruin Everything,” was thrown at him. He caught it mid-song, jokingly warning the thrower.

His father, Dennis Graham, recently tossed a giant bra on stage. Drake humorously questioned the bra size, later realizing it was a gift from his father.

Keep on reading to learn more.

Drake Catches Book Thrown At Him By A Fan


During his ongoing “It’s All a Blur” tour, Drake, accustomed to objects hurled his way, faced an unexpected twist when a book—his own poetry collection “Titles Ruin Everything”—came flying towards his face.

In a mid-song break, the Canadian singer expressed gratitude to his fans before the book was flung, per Daily Mail. The 36-year-old caught the book with swift reflexes and warned the thrower, “You’re lucky I’m quick. I would have had to beat your a** if that hit me in the face.” He then casually tossed the book back on stage.

Drake’s father, Dennis Graham, joined in on the bra-tossing tradition the rapper is used to by hurling a massive bra at him on stage as a joke.

Drake’s Father, Dennis Graham, Sends Him A Giant Bra On Stage


Graham playfully teased his son by orchestrating a lighthearted prank during the singer’s concert. Graham had a giant pink bra thrown onto the stage, surprising Drake.

Holding up the giant undergarment, the “One Dance” quipped that this might conclude the ongoing bra-tossing tradition during his tour. 

“This might be the end of the saga right here. This might be the end of the road,” he joked. “I don’t know if I even wanna see it, ’cause then I’ll believe that aliens exist,” Drake added before realizing it was all in jest.

Later, he discovered that the bra was a gift from his father. “Oh, this is from my dad? Oh, this is from my father, my father made this for me.” Reading the accompanying message, he revealed it to the audience. “Dad’s wishing ‘BIG’ things for you. I love you and making sure you’re breastfed correctly!”

Drake comically questioned his father’s antics, stating, “What’s wrong with this man?” The bra featured ruffle detailing and delicate floral embellishments.

Graham commissioned the custom piece from Toronto-based designer Zoba Martin, who later gave a glimpse of her creative journey on Instagram. Sharing with her 12,000 followers, she exclaimed, “The most [gigantic] bra gifted to @champagnepapi by his dad, @therealdennisg.”

Accompanying her post was a playful video montage featuring Drake playfully handling the oversized bra during his concert. 

She quipped, “I couldn’t keep a straight face while making this #itsallablur #itsallablurtour #iaab #bra #allsizesmatter #zobamartin.”

Drake Revealed He Was ‘Deeply Disappointed’ For Having No Bra On Stage

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Since commencing his current tour in early July, Drake has encountered a barrage of unexpected items hurled his way during performances—phones, vapes, and an abundance of bras.

Although he doesn’t particularly encourage these on-stage contributions, the “Hotline Bling” lyricist has begun associating undergarments with a standout show indicator. His disappointment was palpable when he took the stage in Montreal, Canada, and found it devoid of bras.

Taking a lighthearted approach, Drake addressed the crowd, as captured by a fan’s recording: “I would just like to say before I go onto this next song, this is the first stage where I don’t have no bras, and I’m deeply disappointed.” He added, “But don’t start throwing shoes and phones and sh*t.”

With a smile, he continued, “If you got a bra, though, just let me know that I still got it ’cause I feel like I might be having a bad show or something.”

Drake Asks Fans To Keep It PG For His Son

Drake's father and his son at a concert
Instagram | Drake

In a recent live performance, Drake appealed to his audience to keep their undergarment to themselves, especially with his 5-year-old son, Adonis, in attendance for the very first time.

At his Los Angeles concert on August 12, Drake addressed the Kia Forum crowd in a moment caught on camera by a fan. He shared, “Look, to be honest with you, I can’t talk about titties tonight in L.A. because my son is at the show for the first time. So we’ve got to keep this real PG tonight.”

He playfully added, “Y’all keep your bras on. Throw them up here another night.”




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