Drake has helped one of his fans capture an unforgettable moment, after taking their phone and filming himself performing at Lollapalooza in Argentina.

On Sunday (March 19) a video clip surfaced of the Toronto rap star appearing to take a fan’s phone during his recent Lollapalooza show. The video shows Drake taking the phone, spinning around a few times, before he finally faces the camera once again, and turns his back to reveal a mammoth crowd behind him.

Check out the clip below.

However, it doesn’t seem like all Drake’s fans are happy with him. Apparently, he upset some of his other loyal fans by cutting the live feed of his performance moments before he began.

On Saturday (March 18), according to Tracklist, Drake cancelled the broadcast moments before it started and only performed for 40 minutes. According to fans, headline acts usually perform for an average of 90 minutes. Many of Drake’s fans who were either at home or in-person at the festival took to Twitter to voice their disdain regarding the ordeal.

Drake Adds More Dates To It’s All A Blur Tour Due To High Demand

Drake Adds More Dates To It’s All A Blur Tour Due To High Demand

But it doesn’t end there. The “Rich Flex” rapper has also infuriated fans over the high prices of presale tickets for his upcoming It’s All A Blur tour with 21 Savage.

Fans with access to the CashApp card presale drop were stunned to discover the fee for admission to Drizzy and 21’s highly-anticipated It’s All A Blur tour. The presale took place live last week, and many would-be concert-goers took to social media to complain about tickets reportedly selling for as much as $1,000.

Drake and 21 Savage announced the dates for their upcoming tour last week with a cinematic trailer that chronicled the OVO hitmaker’s journey to superstardom, showing him crafting early albums like Nothing Was the Same, sharing the stage with The Weeknd and shooting the “Jimmy Cooks” video with 21, along with more intimate moments like spending time with his son, Adonis, and mother, Sandi Graham.

The tour kicks off on June 16 in New Orleans and swings through cities including Houston, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Las Vegas, before wrapping up on September 5 in Glendale, Arizona.

Described in a press release as “a celebration of the last decade of [Drake’s] unprecedented run,” It’s All a Blur marks the 36-year-old’s first North American tour since 2018’s Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour alongside Migos.