Drake brought out hometown hero Machine Gun Kelly during the Cleveland stop of his Club Paradise tour on Saturday night (Nov. 12), tearing down Cleveland State University's Wolstein Center.

"I've done a lot in my career, I'm 25 years old, I'm still one of these young n----s out here," Drake announced, towards the end of his almost an hour-and-a-half-long headlining set. "When I see another young man doin' his thing, I always salute, and I always show love. So Ohio, I want you to show some mothaf---in' love to Machine Gun Kelly!"

Kelly proceeded to "rage" his way across the stage to his single 'Wild Boy,' pulling off a scene-stealing, riot-inciting performance.

"Drake, you about to turn it up, right?" the 21-year-old Bad Boy signee inquired, as Drake prepared to continue his set. "Do you mind if I sit and watch while you perform in my city?"

"By all means, this is your place man, make yourself comfortable," Drizzy replied, indicating a seat on the stage. MGK couldn't be restrained, however, jumping back up to perform 'Headlines,' to conclude before being mobbed by teenage girls in the parking lot.

Afterwards, the young Bad Boy signee tweeted his thanks to the Canadian MC.

"Last night the homie @Drake brought me out during his set, that was a CRAZY experience!!!" MGK wrote. "I haven't smiled that big in a long time."

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