Woman who paid $700 to see Drake rips down sign that was blocking her view
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A woman hasn't taken kindly to having her view of Drake blocked by a huge sign being held by a fellow concert goer.
If you've ever been to a live performance by an artist before, then you'll know that signs are pretty much a given.
The sign might contain a person's favourite lyrics or could even just be a declaration of love for the artist on stage.
Some performers have recently made it a habit of taking a second to read out peoples' signs, which probably only fuels the trend.
However, you rarely get to think about the people who have to stand behind those signs.
The moment they get hoisted into the air, loads of concert goers might not be able to see the performance and that can be pretty annoying.
However, one woman was fuming at not being able to see the Canadian rapper and she took matters into her own hands.
While Drake concerts have usually seen loads of women throw their underwear and lingerie at him while he's on stage, it looks like there are still many who prefer to just hold up a sign.
Rather than give the sign-holder a telling off, the annoyed woman reached down several rows and ripped a woman's sign out of her hands and threw it away.
She pretty much immediately goes back to enjoying the concert while the sign-holder looks fairly confused.
A video of the interaction has gone viral on TikTok and the caption said 'not on my watch'.
The clip also revealed that the person paid around $700 for her seats, so it's understandable you wouldn't want your money going to waste and seeing nothing but a sign for nearly two hours.
The move has divided people in the comments section about whether it was the right reaction.
One said: "That’s so mean but cheers to everyone who know proper concert etiquette!!"
Another added: "That was satisfying."
A third wrote: "Good job! Some people are so INCONSIDERATE."
Others were calling for venues to stop people bringing signs into concerts because they only block people's view.
Thankfully this interaction didn't escalate into anything serious but it might make people think twice the next time they want to make a custom sign that says how much they love the artist.