The Internet Reacts To Drake's First Canadian Show Of 'It's All A Blur' Tour

Montreal Canadiens fans were happy to see "Young Drake" sport a Nick Suzuki jersey.

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With his It's All a Blur tour in full swing, Drake performed back-to-back dates in Montreal, marking his first Canadian show of the multi-city trek.

Given 21 Savage's absence, Drake had to pull some strings to give his Canadian fans something special. On both nights in Montreal, Drake brought out J. Cole who performed "No Role Modelz" together and got Drake to agree to hop on a song with him on his next album.

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As all things go, the internet had a field day with Drake's concert.

One person said it sounded like Drake was begging to be on J. Cole's album rather than accepting an invitation.

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Someone else made a joke about J. Cole's penchant for handling albums solo.

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Still, some were pessimistic about the odds of the collaboration actually happening.

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Like Drake's previous shows, he had a "Young Drake" alongside him only this time, he was wearing a Montreal Canadiens jersey with captain Nick Suzuki's name and number on it.

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Consequently, Habs fans were elated.

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Suzuki, who also attended the show, was ecstatic to see "Young Drake" in his jersey.

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Drake's next Canadian stop on tour will be in Vancouver on Aug. 28-29 before closing it out in Toronto on Oct. 5 and 7.

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