Drake Stops Set, Calls Out Fan Groping Women At Show

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Rap superstar and Grammy-winning recording artist Drake was high up on stage singing at a packed club in Australia when he abruptly stops his song midway and starts yelling at someone in the crowd with his microphone.

"Stop that sh--. If you don't stop touching girls, I'm gonna come out there and fu-- you up," he shouts. "If you don't stop putting your hands on girls, I'm going to come out there and fu--your ass up."

The whole drama was filmed and has been posted on Instagram which has now gone viral. You can clearly see the rapper furious over what he had witnessed.

Drake, who currently dates model Bella Hadid, kept repeating his warnings to the man who groped the girl.

Fans in the club were quick to support his outrage. They erupted in cheers and echoed the sentiments of the rap star.

This is not the first time that a celebrity or artist has spoken out to defend victims of sexual abuse.

Public Defenders Stand Their Ground

Also on video, UK rapper Loyle Carner told a male fan to leave a music venue where he was performing at. The man made lewd, sexual remarks at his female band member. He stopped the show and called him out, prompting the heckler to leave the club.

CW actress and Supergirl star Melissa Benoist also made public statements in support of the 19 accusers who came forward to complain about her boss, T.V. producer Andrew Kreisberg regarding his inappropriate behavior around film sets. He was immediately suspended by the network.

Then there's Rose McGowan who was one of the first of many victims who went public with her own story to stand in solidarity with other victims. She had accused Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of rape.

Recently, comedienne Sarah Silverman has delivered a monologue in a video in which she discusses her close friendship with Louis C.K.

"Can you love someone who did bad things?" she wondered.

Silverman started the monologue by declaring that "calling-out of sexual assault has been a long time coming."

There is somehow a silver lining throughout all the sexual allegations and harassment circulating all over the news recently. It seems that zero-tolerance has become the key to curbing the rise and propagation of sexual harassment.

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