Drake brought out J Hus on stage at the O2 tonight to shocked fans, following the UKs rappers early release from prison.
Concert-goers were left in surprised to see the 23-year-old on stage as it was not known that the Bouff Daddy star had been released from jail already.
The moment has led to social media users to call for a knighthood for Drake with many calling the Canadian more British than others.
Hus, real name Momodou Jallow, was jailed in December after pleading guilty to possession of a knife and was set to be released in August 2019.
Now his re-emergence – at one of the biggest shows in London – has sent Twitter into a meltdown as J Hus immediately trended on Friday night.
One user wrote: Drake was really the one to tell me that J Hus is back home.
J Hus, recently released from jail, making a surprise appearance at Drakes show tonight. pic.twitter.com/avPUgTJsdt
— BBC Radio 1Xtra (@1Xtra) April 5, 2019
@Drake got J Hus out for his show before we knew he was home. Show me a person who thinks he cant solve brexit and Ill show you a liar, said another baffled user.
Nah Drake just bought of out J Hus, this f***s more British than the queen, a Twitter user joked.
One fan made good use of their caps lock key and screamed: AS IF DRAKE HAS JUST BROUGHT OUT J HUS. GIVE THAT MAN A BRITISH PASSPORT.
And a follower summed things up by posting: I think Drake needs to be knighted by our monarchy Giggs for bringing out J Hus.
J Hus denied possession of a lock knife in a public place during a court appearance in July, last year.
However, he changed his plea in October and later pleaded guilty to the charge of possessing a knife near Westfield shopping centre in Stratford, east London.
J Hus gained attention in 2015 with his song Dem Boy Paigon, with his debut album Common Sense reached number six in the charts.
Last year, he was nominated for three Brit Awards in the British breakthrough act, British album and British single categories.
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