Young Money’s Drake is letting the world know there’s a price to touching him after being harassed a few days ago in Dubai.

Footage of a man being assaulted after touching Drake at a club has emerged.

Drake and his crew were at Movida nightclub Saturday night, along with a huge crowd … Dubai does it big. Watch the video closely … you’ll see the guy grab the back of Drake’s head and shove it down. Drake is clearly pissed off, and gives the guy a death stare. But club security jumps in and gets the job done STAT. (TMZ)

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Adult star Mia Khalifa recently claimed Drake tried hitting her up via Instagram with intimate intentions in mind.

In an interview with CBS Miami 560 WAM (which you can listen to below), Khalifa is asked if anyone famous has attempted to hit her up on social media, and after she refuses to give an actual name, she says it rhymes with “Rake.” The host makes it clear that he knows who she’s talking about, and Khalifa seems embarrassed that her thinly-veiled answer was so easy to guess (“I’m obviously really bad at this”). She goes on to suggest that he sent her a half-naked picture, and says, “It was so cringeworthy. The whole thing was cringeworthy.” (HNHH)

Despite the perception, Khalifa admitted she had no interest in Drizzy.

And while many women would be eager to hit him back if approached — even digitally — by the “0-100″ rapper, the 21-year-old Khalifa sounds like she passed when DM’d on Instagram. “It was flattering, but his intentions were clear,” she said. “The whole thing was cringeworthy.” Still, maybe Khalifa is still a fan. A few weeks ago her “Khalifa SZN” post reminded us of OVO’s TopSZN crew. (MTV)

Aside from the steamy rumor, Drake is set to headline next June’s Governors Ball Music Festival in New York.

He will be joined by the Black Keys, “Weird Al” Yankovic and Lana Del Rey in the Big Apple from June 5 to June 7 on Randall’s Island. Tickets for the fifth annual three-day Governors Ball Music Festival go on sale Wednesday. Other performers include Bjork, Deadmau5, Florence + the Machine, Charli XCX, My Morning Jacket and Ryan Adams. (AP)