Recovering from his recent broken leg, 2 Chainz performed at his Toronto stop at REBEL nightclub on his Pretty Girls Like Trap Music tour on Monday night (September 4), and although he’s still entertaining fans from a wheelchair, the rapper let Drake come out as a surprise to bring some more energy to his hype set as he began the first verse for his 2012 hit "No Lie."

Joined alongside female dancers, Drake's emergence on the tour stage was met with screams from the crowd. Drizzy barely performed any of the lyrics to the song, but the fans in the venue gladly took over and screamed out his lyrics with ease.

Check out the performance above, then after, view Gucci Mane's trailer for his upcoming autobiography.

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