OVO Sound's Drake has set the record straight. The Forbes king has put an end to reports about having $3 million worth of valuables stolen from his tour bus.
Approached by a paparazzo, Drizzy denied falling victim to a publicized jacking.
"Nobody robbed me," he twice said to a paparazzi videographer when asked how he felt about the jewelry heist. This is technically accurate, since the jewelry was all owned by his DJ Future the Prince, but obviously the videographer was referring to the whole incident happening on his tour and tour bus. (Complex)
Yesterday (September 7) reports claimed law enforcement busted a suspect linked to Drake's bus getting robbed.
A suspect in connection with the heist was caught just hours later on the campus of Arizona State University, according to TMZ. Travion King, described by police as a transient, was found with a full briefcase of jewels and was charged with felony burglary, according to the gossip site. The 21-year-old has reportedly worked events at the arena in the past, but wasn't working during Drake's show on Tuesday night, TMZ reported. (New York Daily News)
Footage had surfaced of Drizzy visibly upset after finding out his bus had millions worth of valuables taken from it.
Drake went ballistic early Wednesday morning after learning one of his tour buses was targeted by thieves, who made off with 2 to 3 million dollars in bling. Drake and Future were performing at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix Tuesday night when a thief or thieves made it onto a bus shared by the 2 rappers. They took a briefcase that contained millions of dollars in jewelry. (TMZ YouTube)
Reports surfaced this week about rap star Rick Ross trying to broker a Meek Mill peace with Drake.
"I heard Drake and Ross met in Prime 112 to squash the beef between Meek Mill and Drake," N.O.R.E claimed on Drink Champs "I heard that and listen, if that rumor is correct, that's what we need to happen." The rapper/podcaster admitted he probably wasn't suppose to spill the beans, but didn't care anyway because a truce is what's needed in hip-hop, continuing, "I don't even think I was suppose to blow up but it's okay. I heard Ross, Drake met with each other." (UPROXX)
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