Drake Offers Fans 'Free Show' Following Guest Travis Scott's Fall at London Show

Drake performs at the O2 Arena in London on Feb. 1, 2017.
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Drake performs at the O2 Arena in London on Feb. 1, 2017.  

Special guest Travis Scott took a dip during Drake's Wednesday night show (Feb. 1) at the O2 Arena -- the first of four shows in London -- for his The Boy Meets World tour, which may have caused the Toronto rapper to offer fans a "free show."

According to a clip posted on Twitter, Scott popped up at Drake's concert and was about to launch into his Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight cut "Goosebumps" until he let out an AutoTuned "Yeah" and fell into a hole on the stage. A few moments later, Drake helped Scott back up on-stage. 

 A revolving globe, as seen in Drake's Instagram post below, was meant to pop up during the set. 



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The BBC reports that Drake told the crowd that he was performing "for free tonight" and that he'd "deal with it later." At the end of the show, he reiterated, "London, England, I love you, I hope you enjoyed your free show." 

Scott seemed to be hype even after taking the fall as he tweeted, "The sh-t was fun london is wild ... By far one of the most turnt and epic shit ever f--k." He added in another post, "I can't f--king wait to tour."

Beyond his tour, Drake has also previewed new tunes to tease his forthcoming More Life project. During his Amsterdam show, he performed a new record that features lines like "I'm in the penthouse but still nothing is sweet" and also played a new track at a party in London. 

Billboard has reached out to Drake's rep for comment.