Drake’s Boy Meets World (BMW) Tour is under controversy. Unfortunately, it’s his opening act that’s earning folks’ a lot of attention for all the wrong reasons.
According to sources, Drake’s opening act Pressa, who’s an upcoming Toronto rapper and MC, is technically out on bail. The rising star was arrested for alleged kidnapping for ransom and assault with a weapon, following an alleged shooting in April.
Pressa, whose real name is Quinton Gardiner, has been granted a “bail variance” which only allows him to leave Canada for job opportunities between February 15th and March 28th.
Pressa has many hits to his name like “Novacane” and “Oh my” featuring Tory Lanez. He has not yet blown up in the international scene but is an artist to look out for in 2017.
Pressa is set to appear in court on October 20th of this year.