Drake's newest album broke streaming records in its first week. Rapper Drake looks on prior to the International Champions Cup soccer match between Manchester City against Manchester United at NRG Stadium on July 20, 2017 in Houston, Texas. Aaron M. Sprecher/AFP/Getty Images


  • Drake stopped his performance at the Super Bowl party after a fan told him, "Let's f—k"
  • The rapper declined the fan's request before resuming the number
  • He headlined the "Homecoming" Super Bowl party hosted by the h.wood group and Uncommon Entertainment

Drake went speechless during his set at the h.wood group and Uncommon Entertainment's "Homecoming" Super Bowl party Friday night after a fan unexpectedly propositioned him.

While the 36-year-old "Hotline Bling" rapper was performing at Scottdale Arizona's Hangar One, he stopped mid-way into the set because of a "distraction" from the audience, Page Six reported.

"Gimme a sec," Drake said to the crowd, according to the outlet, before he grabbed one die-hard fan's phone. He turned it to the audience to reveal the words, "Let's f—k," written on the screen.

The rapper did not seem too bothered by the proposition. But he reportedly declined the fan's request before continuing his show.

Drake, born Aubrey Drake Graham, hyped the crowd at the annual party, starting his set with three of his old hits such as "Started from the Bottom," "Best I Ever Had" and "HYFR," according to The New York Times. The Grammy-winning musician was only given a 20-minute show, but he opted to extend his set and performed more of his hit singles.

The Toronto native performed in front of at least 1,500 people, including several VIP guests — Cher and her boyfriend Alexander Edwards, Alex Rodriguez, Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly, Serena Williams, Michael Strahan and Keegan-Michael Key, among others.

Before ending the show, he performed his rendition of the Whitney Houston hit, "I Have Nothing," explaining that he wanted to cap the night with a "moment of gratitude."

"The greatest rapper in the world, by the way, he goes by the name of Lil Wayne, and he used to do this thing at the end of his show where he would play this song, and everybody would sing along," he told the audience, according to Page Six. "It was my favorite moment of the night every night.

He continued, "So, this is how we're going to end the show tonight. I'd like to play this and dedicate this song to each and every one of you. I hope you have a great 2023. My name is Drake, and I'll be here again to see you, I promise, but for now, let's sing together."

DJs Zack Bia and Night Owl Sound also performed at the party ahead of the Super Bowl LVII at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on Sunday, where the Kansas City Chiefs gained victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, 38-35.

The "Homecoming" marked Drake's first live performance for this year following the "Lil Baby & Friends Birthday Celebration Concert" at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, last December.

Rapper Drake’s notebook, where he scribbled lyrics for songs, many of which ended up in the mixtape “Room For Improvement,” is up for auction. In this photo, Drake performs on the Coachella stage during day 2 of the Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival (Weekend 1) at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, April 15, 2017. Getty Images/ Christopher Polk