Drake makes surprise shout-out to Twitch star Kai Cenat at Atlanta concert – Drake’s ‘It’s All A Blur’ Tour has been making headlines not only for its music but also for the unexpected moments it’s created along the way. However, the latest buzzworthy moment came when Drake made a surprise shout-out to Twitch star Kai Cenat during his concert in Atlanta.
Drake’s tour, which has been a topic of conversation on the internet for various reasons, stopped by Atlanta for the first of two shows. From fan antics like viral online clowns, the tour has been an entertainment spectacle.
Drake makes surprise shout-out to Twitch star Kai Cenat at Atlanta concert
Addressing the cheering crowd, Drake exclaimed, “Make some noise for my brother Kai Cenat one time in here, you know.” The unexpected recognition left fans in the audience thrilled and surprised, and it marked another memorable moment in the tour.
In addition to Kai Cenat, Drake also gave shout-outs to other notable figures during the Atlanta concert, including Trae Young, the point guard for the Atlanta Hawks, and UK rap sensation Central Cee. Kai Cenat was seen standing alongside these mainstream stars, and they even took pictures together, capturing the moment.
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The event sparked a flurry of photos and videos on social media, and fans couldn’t contain their excitement as they showered praise on the streaming star. Comments from fans flooded in, with one expressing, “Bro on top of the world right now,” while another chimed in, “Honestly, this is a big W for the social media world,”. This underscores the significance of this pop culture moment. Another fan simply stated, “Kai really goated, man.”
This shout-out at the concert was not the first time that Kai Cenat and Drake had crossed paths. In November 2022, the chart-topping rapper joined Kai’s Twitch stream to place a $121,000 bet, demonstrating their camaraderie.
In March of the same year, Drake made headlines when he urged Twitch to award Kai Cenat $50 million for becoming the most subscribed-to streamer of all time on the platform, further cementing their unique connection. As Drake’s tour continues to make waves, fans eagerly anticipating what will happen next on the ‘It’s All A Blur’ Tour.