Drake Rejoins America's Most Wanted Tour In Toronto

'You know I could never let my city down,' injured rapper says of hometown performance.

Tuesday night, [artist id="2545682"]Drake[/artist] epitomized the term "putting on for his city." Once again, the performer joined [artist id="510062"]Lil Wayne[/artist], [artist id="3022362"]Pleasure P[/artist], [artist id="3176764"]Jeremih[/artist], [artist id="2814953"]Soulja Boy Tell'em[/artist] and [artist id="1243444"]Young Jeezy[/artist] on the [article id="1617088"]Young Money Presents: The America's Most Wanted Music Festival[/article].

Though he may not have risked his life, the [article id="1617428"]recently injured Drizzy[/article] definitely risked his limbs by getting onstage while still suffering from torn ligaments in his knee. But when the tour hit his hometown of Toronto, Ontario, the 22-year-old just could not miss it.

Half-leaning, half-sitting on a stool towards the front of the stage, Drizzy performed during Wayne's set. Drake and Trey Songz joined forces for the underground-smash-turned-radio-darling "Successful."

"I'm the one to paint a vivid picture, no HD," Drizzy rapped. "Dis me and you'll never hear a reply for it."

Songz led the charge on the chorus.

"I want the money, money and the cars, cars and the clothes/ The ho's/ I suppose/ I just wanna be successful."

"You know I could never let my city down," Drake said after his performance.

Drake also called Wayne the greatest entertainer he ever saw and the two hugged. Drake walked offstage with a cane.

There is still no official word on whether Drake will continue with the tour or whether Tuesday night was his final performance. Drake tore his ACL a few weeks ago and then injured another ligament when he fell onstage in Camden, New Jersey.