Drake called out a fan for “inappropriate” behavior from the stage during a concert in Australia.
The chart-topping rapper was captured on Instagram stopping in the middle of a song to address a fan in the crowd.
He saw the person allegedly groping other audience members, according to Page Six.
“If you don’t stop touching girls, I’m gonna come out there and [expletive] you up,” he said into the microphone during the stop on his Boy Meets World Tour.
You can see the video here.
His warning was warmly received by the crowd, who cheered the singer for his comments.
After the alleged altercation, security reportedly went searching for the handsy fan in the crowd.
It was not reported if the fan who behaved in an inappropriate manner was tossed from the gathering.
Drake, a former boyfriend of Rihanna, is known for his good deeds.
Back in February of this year, he performed another act of heroism.
The Manchester Evening News reported that Drake offered to try to talk a man down from a bridge on the way back from a tour stop in Manchester, England.
The story was reported that the former star of Degrassi Junior High’s tour bus got caught in a traffic jam near where police were attempting to coax a potential jumper down from the side of a bridge.
Officers had been called to the site, Mancunian Way near London Road, because a man was standing on the wrong side of the barriers.
Allegedly, a member of the singer’s entourage “offered for Drake to speak to the male on the bridge, if that would help.”
The police reportedly politely declined Drake’s offer, eventually assisting the man who was taken to a hospital for treatment.