Drake’s OVO Los Angeles Flagship Store Has Been Vandalized


Los Angeles is display no adore for Drake. The Canadian rapper’s OVO flagship store along La Brea Avenue was vandalized in a center of a night with red mist paint that review “Leave LA.”

According to sources, a tragedy stemmed from a OVO owner allegedly promulgation a private summary to Kristen Noel Crawley, a engineer and a mother of Don C., Kanye West’s former manager. The essence of a private summary sojourn unknown, though it was reportedly adequate to send a warning Drizzy’s way. A five-second video of a vandalized storefront done a approach online with a ostensible vandal(s) sternly advising Drake to get out of a city. “Leave L.A., man. We ain’t plain’ with yo b*tch a*s, man,” a male pronounced as he focused a camera on a mist paint. “F*ck Drake.”

Additional reports explain that his home in Hidden Hills was also vandalized, though Drake’s reps endorse that it was usually his store.

In box we missed it, Drizzy warranted his initial solo solid singular with “God’s Plan” from 2018’s Scorpion.



HU Staff: Kecia Gayle @Kecia.Kae Hollywood Unlocked has exclusively schooled that rapper Drake’s Hidden Hills home and OVO store have been vandalized. ___________________________________________________ A source tighten to a conditions told us exclusively that Drake allegedly sent a private summary to a mother of Kanye West’s former manager Don C. That apparently done a lot of people mad. ___________________________________________________ In a center of a night, vandals mist embellished a hazard to Drake and available a video of them revelation him to leave Los Angeles. While we aren’t transparent on what was allegedly mist embellished on his home, we however were told that not usually is his home and business being surveilled though so is his father Dennis Graham. ___________________________________________________ Read some-more during thehollywoodunlocked.com, couple ain bio! ?: IG/ Hollywood Unlocked

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