In his song "Own It," Drake rapped, "When's the last time you did something for the first time?" And if he was answering his own question, he'd say, "Friday."
Drizzy did something new on June 13 while performing for fans at the Warehouse Live concert for Houston Appreciation Weekend—he smoked on stage! While it's nothing out of the ordinary for rappers to light up during their concerts, Drake admitted that he'd never done it before.
"Hold on, wait, you're on stage with me," he said to Wiz Khalifa, who performed "We Dem Boyz" with the Canadian native. "I've never done this in my life before during a show," he continued, and then reached over and took what appeared to be a joint (c'mon, it's Wiz) and had a few puffs before passing it back.
Starting out as a tribute to Houston music, Lil Keke, Lil Flip and Slim Thug opened the show by each performing a song before Drake took over the venue.
The OVO artist had a setlist that spanned a whopping 50 songs (!) and literally covered every major hit from his career thus far, and invited Wiz Khalifa, Big Sean, YG and Z-Ro to help him rock the crowd. Among the highlights were his new songs "Draft Day", "Days in the East", and "0 to 100," plus "November 18th," a song inspired by Drake's time in Houston, which served as the set's closer.
Looks like Drizzy's ready for that upcoming summer tour!