Drake just surprised Giveon at a show in Toronto and fans went completely nuts
Recording artist Giveon and his Toronto fans got a lot more than they bargained for at a packed show at the Danforth Music Hall on Monday night, as longtime collaborator and hometown icon Drake took the stage in an apparently unscheduled appearance.
Drake surprised Giveon at his show in Toronto tonight! pic.twitter.com/kOgLeblFoq— Drake Charts ⁶𓅓 (@DrakeChart) November 30, 2021
It was a huge surprise not just to the concertgoers in attendance, but also for the Grammy Award-nominated R&B singer/songwriter, who was seemingly unaware that Champagne Papi himself had plans to take the stage.
The show marked the latest stop on Giveon's Timeless Tour, with a sellout crowd filling the venue. An already electric house boiled over into hysteria when the multi-platinum Canadian hip-hop legend emerged unannounced through the fog of smoke machines.
Fittingly, the pull-up happened during a performance of Chicago Freestyle, a February 2020 Drake single that Giveon was featured on, helping to drive hype for his debut EP dropped a month after the single.
Drake surprises Giveon at his show in Toronto as he was performing their collab “Chicago Freestyle.” pic.twitter.com/xwCzR2Hb1W— digitalfeedmedia (@digitalfeedtv) November 30, 2021
But the excitement proved short-lived, as Drake's brief on-stage appearance ended without him taking the mic. Fans didn't get a performance out of the surprise cameo, but they undoubtedly got some unexpected excitement.
In a story posted to IG, the 26-year-old rising star from Los Angeles thanked Drizzy and fans, saying "Can't believe my brother surprised me tonight. Toronto! I love you guys. So much love every time!"
Drake has been in the news for another high-profile business relationship, posters for his upcoming concert with Ye (formerly Kanye West) in Los Angeles appearing all over Toronto after the two stars squashed their years-long beef.
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