Drake Made a Surprise Appearance at Toronto's Canada Day Celebration

Drake Made a Surprise Appearance at Toronto's Canada Day Celebration
Screenshot via the 'Toronto Star'
While our nation's capital made the strange choice to invite Irish rockers U2 to ring in Canada's 150th anniversary celebration, Toronto had some help from their very own Drake.

The self-proclaimed 6God made a surprise appearance at Nathan Phillips Square, where he shouted out his homeland and delivered a set that included a performance of "Jumpman" and "Fake Love."

"When we celebrate Canada, we celebrate all of these individuals from all places that came here and found solitude in this beautiful country," he said. "We celebrate our Indigenous people. We celebrate the land that we're standing on tonight. I just came for the party though, I'm not gonna lie."

Watch footage of Drake's surprise appearance below, where you'll also see photos from his Instagram.


 
 

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