Warning: spoilers for “Game of Thrones” below!
Drake delighted fans of HBO’s epic fantasy drama on Wednesday when he shouted out Stark at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas “for putting in that work last week.”
Check out the clip above.
Drake’s praise came as he collected the Top Billboard 200 Album award for “Scorpion,” one of 12 gongs on the night that made him a record-breaker.
He was, of course, referencing that heartstopping scene from Sunday’s episode in which Stark stabbed the Night King.
The musician’s comment went down well with people on Twitter, including HBO:
gods’ plan, gods’ plan— HBO (@HBO) May 2, 2019
Drake giving a shoutout to Ayra Stark and I don’t watch GOT but that moment was v pure #BBMAs— Zainub Amir (@zainubamir) May 2, 2019
When drake said “shout out to arya stark for putting in that work last week” I felt that— k. (@OfficiallKelsey) May 2, 2019
drake literally just said "shout out to arya stark for putting in that work last week" in his acceptance speech and i've honestly never seen the billboard music awards before but it is now my favorite one— Jamie (@Jmw3iss) May 2, 2019
I just have this strong feeling that Drake’s next hit is going to have some Game of Thrones reference lyric about Arya Stark.. it’s something he would do— sad naruto flute (@FaithRies) May 2, 2019
Some, however, suggested Drake’s shout-out could mean that Stark’s time on the show is almost up, given the rap star’s record of meeting up with soccer stars whose teams then go on to lose matches.
The suspected curse led Italian team AS Roma in April to lightheartedly ban its stars “from taking photos with Drake until the end of season.”
All Roma players banned from taking photos with Drake until the end of the season— AS Roma English (@ASRomaEN) April 15, 2019
Only three episodes left.
Hang in there Arya!
Cersei sent Drake to kill Arya with his weapon of choice: The Curse pic.twitter.com/WfAr2P6HHX— Reese Waters (@reesewaters) May 2, 2019
Oh no, Drake just cursed Arya. https://t.co/NPuvuex5eZ— Sean, from the internet (@theshow55) May 2, 2019
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.