Drake had to bring his concert to a halt while performing in New York City over the weekend.
During Drake's second show at the legendary Apollo Theater, a fan accidentally plummeted from a second-story balcony.
The crowd watched as the man knocked into a lighting fixture before hitting others standing in the pit.
Following the incident, a crew member ran on stage to inform Drake and ask him to put a pause on the show.
Drake stopped the music and reportedly told the crowd that they had to pause to "make sure somebody's okay."
The concert was put on hold for about 15 minutes while the damaged lighting rig was removed and the man was treated by EMS.
Thankfully, the fan who fell was okay as well as the people he landed near on the lower level — and the show was able to go on.
In a statement released after the show by the Apollo Theater, venue personnel said that all standard protocols were taken.
"Unfortunately, last evening an incident occurred with an audience member who landed in the orchestra from the lower mezzanine. Drake, Apollo, and SiriusXM halted the show immediately when learning of a potential fan injury, and standard protocols were taken," the statement read.
They continued, "They were seen immediately by EMS on site. The fan and other audience members reported that they were OK. No major injuries have been reported. The Apollo is investigating the situation further."
At the end of the night, Drake thanked the crowd and apologized for the delays.
"This crowd is an absolute 10 out of 10. I’m so happy with tonight. We apologize for the delays and all that shit, but thank you," Drake said on stage.
It's nice to hear the crowd still had a good time — and that everyone was okay!