Drake Defends Female Fans From Male Concertgoer (Video)

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Footage of rap superstar Drake defending female fans from a grabby male concertgoer has gone viral (video below).

The incident occurred at a nightclub after his concert in Sydney, Austrailia, the Daily Mail reported. Drake, whose real name is Aubrey Graham, was in the middle of his performance when he called out a male concert attendee for touching other female concertgoers.

"If you don't stop touching girls imma come out there and f**k you up!" Drake told the fan after cutting the music off. The crowd then erupted into cheers for the Canadian rapper.

Drake recently spoke with The Hollywood Reporter and revealed that he was collecting Hermes Birkins for "the woman I end up with."

"There's very few tangible things in this world that hold their value and sort of appreciate as the years go on," the "One Dance" rapper explained. "So I have a fairly vast collection of Hermes to offer somebody at some point in life."

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The Grammy Award-winning artist also outed himself as a huge fan of JK Rowling's "Harry Potter" book series. He said he was contemplating buying a first edition of "Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone," which is currently going for $160,000.

"I should get it. My birthday's coming up," Drake said. "Maybe I'll buy it for myself as a treat."

While the price tag may seem a bit high for most, Drake has done extraordinarily well for himself over the years. He was named one of the top five richest hip hop stars in the world by Forbes, and has been selling out concerts all across the world.

At just 31, Drake is already one of the best-selling artists of all time. His latest project, "More Life," set a record for most first-day streams with 90 million across the globe. His 2016 album, "Views," was number one on the Billboard 200 for 10 consecutive weeks. That project was streamed more than 500 million times.

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"I'm sure I'll stop [making music] one day," Drake said. "When it starts to feel like I'm making it up. Hopefully I'll catch it before I ever get there, right? But right now it feels like we just started, so I don't plan on stopping anytime soon. But I do plan on expanding -- to take six months or a year to myself and do some great films. Music's always there."

Drake is currently on an Australia and New Zealand tour. He is scheduled to perform in Melbourne for his next show.

Sources: Daily Mail, The Hollywood Reporter / Featured Image: Zulytheslg/Wikimedia Commons / Embedded Images: The Come Up Show/Flickr (2)

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