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Drake’s Los Angeles OVO store vandalized

Drake’s L.A. OVO store was spray painted with a disturbing message.

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Drake’s OVO store in Los Angeles has been vandalized.

According to Hollywood Unlocked, a video has surfaced the net, which shows the damage done to the Toronto rapper’s clothing store. The property was emblazoned with a threatening message, while the windows of the store reads, “LEAVE LA” in spray paint. The incident reportedly took place sometime between Thursday evening (Sept. 26) and Friday morning (Sept. 27). Drizzy’s home in the city was also vandalized, but a source close to the situation confirmed that the “Gold Roses” rapper’s Hidden Hills home remains untouched.

It is unknown who is responsible for the vandalism on Drake’s OVO store and his L.A. home.

In other news, Drake and his official merchandise company Tourlife are donating all proceeds from his Rock in Rio shirt to the organization Amazon Conservation Team.

Tourlife made the announcement on Instagram, “Dropping tomorrow at 12PM PST/ 3PM EST on Tourlife.com to support local Amazonian communities on the front lines in the fight against fires and deforestation in the Amazon with all proceeds of the Drake exclusive tee going towards Dr. Mark J. Plotkin’s foundation The Amazon Conservation Team.”

The organization also said via Twitter, “Our heartfelt thanks go out to @Drake and @TourLife for supporting Amazonian indigenous communities and the rainforest!”

Drake is headlining the Rock in Rio festival from Sept. 27 to Oct. 6.

On another note, fans might be getting a Lil Wayne and Drake collab, as Weezy has expressed interest in making the project come to fruition. “We’re both doing what we do, but he already know,” he told Vibe. “We still text and send songs here and there, change a verse because he killed me or change a verse ‘cuz I killed him. It’s still the same competition.”

Drake spoke on the possibility of a collab years ago during an interview with XXL. “Me and Wayne scrapped the idea of a collaboration album,” Drake said back in 2011. “We just agreed that it would be looked upon as… It would be sort of this competition [with Watch The Throne]. I feel like it would get caught in this whirlwind of hype. [Wayne] agreed. We just said, ‘If we do it, we’ll do it down the line. But right now is not the time.’”

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