And while many musicians have been hit with flying objects that have injured them, the Hotline Bling hitmaker, 36, has been taking the flying intimates all in stride.
He has also been saving them and shared his impressive brassiere collection in a hilarious Instagram Story.
Two women stand on either side of a large rolling bin as they reach in and take bra after bra after bra out of it.
Eventually, they amass a very large pile of the undergarments.
The Toronto native also shared a snap of himself sitting on the floor in front of the bras laid out in carefully organized rows of different styles, sizes and colors.
In another image, he stood with his arms wide and a huge smile on his face in front of his collection of bras.
He captioned the image: ‘Remember when we both forgot who the heck I was in unison…that wavelength was definitely a foolish one.’
The hip hop icon wore jeans with a sweatshirt that said: ‘If A**holes could fly this would be an airport.
Fans took to the comments to offer their opinions on Drake’s bra stash with one writing: ‘Bro definitely knows his ABCs .. and Ds .. and Es ..’
Another wrote: ‘Mans got more bras than Victoria Secret.’
Someone else cracked the joke: ‘Went from it’s All A Blur to It’s All A Bra tour,’ while another fan said: ‘Algebra: The class where you solve for A, B, C, & DD.’
The humorous post comes after the Rich Flex singer had to cancel shows in Colorado and New Orleans.
Drake was scheduled to play at Denver’s Ball Arena on Friday but Ticketmaster informed ticket holders on Monday the show would not be going on.
‘Due to the distance the road crew has to travel along with magnitude of the production of the Drake concert, it is logistically impossible to bring the full experience of the show to Denver this September,’ Ticketmaster said in the email.
A new date for the Mile High city will be announced at a later date.
The following day, ticket holders for The Toosie Slide singer’s New Orleans show received the same email.
It is the second time the Big Easy’s show has been postponed. Drake was originally set to kick off his tour in the city, but postponed the start of the tour two weeks, which nixed New Orleans’ June date with him.