It must be real nice to be Drake. Last night in Los Angeles, the Toronto native performed his last of six shows in Los Angeles, currently on the road for his It’s All A Blur Tour. The first four shows took place at the Kia Forum in Inglewood, as Drizzy saved the best for last: two sold out shows at crypto.com Arena, home to the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers.

Night one was full of festivities, as Drake brought out LeBron James and his son Bronny to walk out with him. Night two was just as eventful, bringing out Lil Durk as he walked the path from his dressing room to the main stage. The two collaborated on the song “LAUGH NOW CRY LATER.”

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Of course, Drake plays no games when it comes to his live show. In fact, he even had a younger version of himself on stage (played by a look-a-like), reminding fans of his time on the television show Degrassi. He then gives the story of how he was on Lil Wayne’s tour bus, but Wayne said they were waiting on someone before he could play Drake Tha Carter III. That person turned out to be Kobe Bryant, who Drake made sure to pay homage to this evening.

A hilarious moment arrived when Drake started picking up bras on the stage, commenting on the wide variety of sizes being thrown at him. The entire arena was turnt, as the “God’s Plan” rapper utilized the moment to deliver a message of positivity. He also took a shot with everyone, in commemoration of his last stop in LA.

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Drake also plugged his new album, For All the Dogs, with cover art drawn by his own son Adonis.

Halfway through the show, 21 Savage walked out to the main stage as Drake took a breather. It’s no secret the two Platinum-selling artists share an undeniable bond, and their synergy has yielded to fire records such as “Rich Flex,” “Mr Right Now,” “Jimmy Cooks,” and more.

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