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There are many reasons why the world has fallen in love with Drake. Over the years, the Canadian entertainer has shown his versatility and remained humble even as he’s soared to the top of every music chart.

Even as he rose from underground mixtape artist to Grammy-winning musician, Drake maintained his place in our hearts, keeping his Canadian roots close, returning to his home country to host the JUNO Awards and perform at the MMVAs. Declaring himself the 6ix God, Drake spends most of his time living in Toronto, where he supports fellow Canadian artists on his OVO label and works as an Ambassador for the Toronto Raptors. And just when we thought we couldn’t love Drake anymore, he’s gone and made us swoon all over again.

The rapper is currently on tour in Sydney and was performing at an after-show following his concert. Thanks to the intimate setting of the later performance, Drake was able to clearly see a man in the crowd inappropriately touching women. Drake stopped performing his hit track “Know Yourself” to let the man know that he was not allowed to assault women at a Drake concert or anywhere.

After telling his DJ to stop the music, Drake pointed to the man and said “If you don’t stop touching girls, I’m gonna come out there and f**k you up.” It’s difficult to hear Drake through the cheering crowd, but he continued, saying “Stop putting your hands on girls.”

In a video shot by a fan, it appears that security quickly entered the crowd and removed the man from the show.

In the year that is 2017, at least we still have Drake.