Drake had to interrupt his concert at The Apollo in New York City on Sunday night after a fan fell from the mezzanine into the orchestra.
The person suffered no serious injuries, according to a statement from The Apollo.
“Unfortunately there was an incident last night with an audience member landing in the orchestra from the ground floor,” the statement said.
The statement continued, “DRAKE, APOLLO AND SIRIUSXM STOP SHOW IMMEDIATELY WHEN A POTENTIAL FAN INJURY IS RELATED AND STANDARD PROTOCOLS WERE TAKEN. THEY WERE IMMEDIATELY SEEN BY EMS ON SITE. THE FAN AND OTHER PUBLIC MEMBERS REPORTED THAT THEY WERE OK. NO MAJOR THERE ARE INJURIES VALID.”
The Apollo noted that they will continue to investigate the incident.
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During Saturday’s SiriusXM concert, the rapper teased a new album and a possible summer 2023 tour.
“I thought about a lot of things in life, but right now none of those things stop making music for you,” Drake told the loving crowd. “Hope I can stir up some more emotions for you, maybe this year – maybe I’ll get bored and make another one.”
Drake noted that this was his first show in about five years and later stated, “I’ll be on the road a lot this year.”
Drake released his most recent album in the summer of 2022. “Honely, Nevermind” features house music instead of Drake’s classic hip-hop rap. The album was dedicated to Virgil Ablohthe designer who died in 2021.
“I got here by being realistic. I didn’t get here by being blind. I know what’s what and most importantly what and who’s on my side. Honestly… Never mind,” read a note, written by Drake, on the album.
“DEDICATED TO OUR BROTHER V,” the note concluded.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report