Drake has come out of hiding, days after taking the stage at Travis Scott's Astroworld Festival in Houston, Texas, where 300 fans were injured and 8 lost their lives.
The 35-year-old God's Plan rapper was seen for the first time since Friday's tragedy. Drake was photographed at the airport after landing in Toronto, Canada, on Tuesday via his private jet.
He kept his head down and tried to hide from the paparazzi, but it didn't work. Putting on a black sweatshirt and tying the hood around his face, Drake sported a fuller beard and a frown.
Pairing his casual look with camouflage pants, Drake's loud bottoms made him impossible not to notice.
Keeping his hands in his pockets, the OVO boss wasn't alone. He was spotted with his bodyguard, who was caught carrying the musician's bags for him. Drake appeared upset and did not crack a smile as he exited his expensive private jet, dubbed Air Drake.
The Girls Want Girls rapper might have to ditch the PJ after being named in several lawsuits following the Astroworld tragedy. Travis has been hit with multiple lawsuits from fans who say they were injured during the deadly stampede.
According to firsthand accounts from concertgoers, people in the audience were already pushing towards the stage when Travis came out, but it only got worse when Drake joined him for Sicko Mode.
“[People] wanted to get as close as they could to see the monitors or see Drake himself, and that’s when everyone really got hyped,” one fan in attendance said. “That’s when all the mosh pits started happening, and unfortunately people were falling over.”
Hundreds of fans were injured and 8 people lost their lives at Travis' Astroworld Festival. Following the deadly incident, Drake released a statement.
“My heart is broken for the families and friends of those who lost their lives and for anyone who is suffering. I will continue to pray for all of them, and will be of service in any way I can. May God be with you all,” he wrote on social media.
Travis also released a statement, claiming he was "absolutely devastated" over the tragedy that unfolded. He is also reportedly paying the funeral costs for those who died, but many say that's not enough.