Drake Stirs Controversy by Refusing to Perform Rihanna Collaboration “Work” During Tour Opener

Drake Stirs Controversy by Refusing to Perform Rihanna Collaboration “Work” During Tour Opener

Unexpected Announcement During “It’s All A Blur Tour”

Reports from Kossyderrickent reveal that Drake, during the inaugural night of the “It’s All A Blur Tour” alongside J. Cole, surprised fans with a statement regarding his hit collaboration with Rihanna, “Work.”

In a clip from the 50-plus song setlist, Drake played “Work” but declared, “I don’t sing this song anymore. You can sing it for me.”

Mixed Emotions Among Fans

The unexpected announcement during the highly anticipated tour left fans with mixed emotions.

While the night was filled with excitement, Drake’s decision not to perform “Work” sparked speculation and reactions from the audience.

Fan Speculation Triggered by Latest Album

Drake’s latest album, “For All The Dogs,” fueled speculation regarding his relationship with Rihanna.

Fans took to Twitter to dissect the lyrics, especially focusing on the fourth track, “Fear Of Heights.” The album’s release prompted discussions about potential shots taken at his former collaborator.

Visual Clues and Symbolism

Adding to the intrigue, a video circulated on social media featuring Drake wearing a distinctive vest adorned with a fake dinosaur spine on the back.

The unique piece was crafted by renowned Tokyo artist Masakatsu Shimoda, known for his dinosaur-inspired fashion creations.

The vest added an element of visual symbolism, leaving fans to decipher its potential meaning.

Continuation of “It’s All a Blur Tour”

Despite the controversy, Drake’s “It’s All A Blur Tour” – Big As The What? is set to continue until April 16.

The remaining tour dates offer fans more opportunities to witness the live performances and anticipate any unexpected moments from the acclaimed artists.

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