Drake has never wasted a moment to express the massive love he has for his mother, Sandi Graham, and he showed just that on the second night of his It's All A Blur Tour in New York City's Madison Square Garden when his mother helped him open the show.
On Tuesday night, Drizzy escorted his mother onstage at the start of the show, and they both sat on the leather couch that he's been using throughout the tour. Much like his previous performances on this tour, the 6 God opens a composition notebook and starts rapping the lyrics to "Look What You've Done," the 2011 tribute record to his mother, uncle, and grandmother off his sophomore album Take Care.
At one point during the opener, Ms. Graham nodded her head to the song while Drake turned to her and said, "You love me and I love you," before embracing one another with a hug. Drake then filled his mother with tears as he continued repeating the phrase, "Look what you've done." The emotional moment caused a roar and applause amongst the crowd.
Drake had several special guests join him on this tour. Celebrities such as Jayson Tatum, Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton, J. Cole, Sexyy Red and more have popped up on tour, however, the most important person to show up is his mother.
The Toronto megastar's joint tour with 21 Savage has been providing fans with several viral moments, from people throwing vapes and sneakers at Drizzy to the rapper showing off his pre-show outfits while leaving his hotel and more. One of the most talked about moments, though, is the large amount of undergarments that women have been throwing at Drake on the tour.
Most recently, a woman with a size 36G chest threw her bra at the rapper, which caught his attention and had him ask the crowd to "locate this woman immediately." The woman has since been found and reportedly received an offer from Playboy.