Drake Offers Refunds to London Crowd

Travis Scott joins Drizzy and Young Thug for a memorable night

Written by Live Nation Staff • Photography by Jordan Nicholson, Live Nation • February 2, 2017

Getting a running start to the year, Drake and Young Thug have been busy touring through Europe and the UK on their Boy Meets World Tour. Last night at one of their eight shows at London’s O2 Arena, fans were pleasantly surprised by special guest Travis Scott. Due to an unexpected onstage mishap, Drizzy ended up offering the crowd refunds for the show.

After performing “Antidote” and “Pick Up The Phone,” Scott had the crowd hyped up just in time for his involuntary stage stunt during “Goosebumps.” With so much energy to release, the rapper must’ve missed the memo about the large hole in the stage set up that was covered by a tarp and had fallen right into it. Like a true performer, he made sure the show went on and continued with the song as he was assisted back onto the stage by the 6 God himself.

Drake handled the situation as well as anyone could have; professing his love and commitment to the crowd, he yelled, “I’m doing this shit for free tonight, I don’t give a fuck!” The accident was said to have resulted in damages of Drake’s main stage prop, a large moon-like globe that has appeared in his previous shows on the tour. Luckily, Travis wasn’t injured and had a blast despite his fall:

Jokes and mishaps aside, these guys don’t play around when it comes to putting on a show.

Drake & Young Thug’s Remaining Boy Meets World Tour Dates:

2/2 - London, England @ The O2 Arena

2/4 - London, England @ The O2 Arena

2/5 - London, England @ The O2 Arena

2/8 - Leeds, England @ First Direct Arena

2/9 - Leeds, England @ First Direct Arena

2/11 - Manchester, England @ Manchester Arena

2/12 - Manchester, England @ Manchester Arena

2/14 - London, England @ The O2 Arena

2/15 - London, England @ The O2 Arena

2/17 - Sheffield, England @ Sheffield Arena

2/19 - Dublin, Ireland @ 3Arena

2/20 - Dublin, Ireland @ 3Arena

2/22 - Birmingham, England @ Barclaycard Arena

2/23 - Birmingham, England @ Barclaycard Arena

2/25 - Oberhausen, Germany @ König Pilsener Arena

2/28 - Antwerp, Belgium @ Sportpaleis

3/1 - Antwerp, Belgium @ Sportpaleis

3/4 - Stockholm, Sweden @ Ericsson Globe

3/5 - Oslo, Norway @ Telenor Arena

3/7 - Copenhagen, Denmark @ Royal Arena

3/9 - Berlin, Germany @ Mercedes-Benz Arena

3/10 - Hamburg, Germany @ Barclaycard Arena

3/12 - Paris, France @ AccorHotels Arena

3/13 - Paris, France @ AccorHotels Arena

3/14 - Paris, France @ AccorHotels Arena

3/16 - Cologne, Germany @ Lanxess Arena