SZA made a lighthearted attempt to remain incognito during the first night of Drake's seven-night It's All A Blur tour in Los Angeles. The concert, held at The Forum on August 12, featured SZA sporting a comical mustache as her "disguise" for the evening. She shared a mirror selfie revealing her disguise with the caption, "Lost in the bit or is the bit lost in me." Later, at the show, she took another selfie, confirming her commitment to the humorous look.
Drake's son, Adonis, was also present at the concert, prompting Drake to address the crowd with a playful warning about keeping the show family-friendly. He asked the audience to refrain from throwing bras on stage due to his son's attendance, saying, "I can’t talk about titties tonight in L.A. because my son is at the show for the first time ever. So we have to keep this real PG tonight. Ya’ll keep them bras on."
SZA and Drake have a history dating back to the early 2000s when they were both younger and relatively unknown. Drake referenced their past relationship in his guest feature on 21 Savage's song Mr. Right Now, where he rapped, "Said she wanna fuck to some SZA, wait 'Cause I used to date SZA back in '08." SZA later confirmed that she was aware of Drake's mention and that they had a positive relationship. She noted that he had always spoken positively about her and that she held him in high regard, considering him "King Drake."
Their interactions, both past and present, have maintained a friendly and positive tone. SZA's light-hearted disguise at Drake's show adds a playful twist to their history, showcasing their continuing camaraderie despite their respective rises to fame in the music industry.
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