Drake’s new release is ‘More Life’ but what he really needs is more security, especially after a strange woman broke into his pad on April 3. When the cops finally arrived, what they found wasn’t a world-class jewel thief, but just one really thirsty stan.
No, really. The thirst was more than real – it was downright felonious. Drake, 30, had left his crib on April 3 and, just like a lyric out of “Hotline Bling,” a woman decided to “[go] places where you don’t belong.” One of Drake’s crew walked into the home, law enforcement sources tell TMZ, to discover a 24-year-old woman rocking one of Drizzy’s hoodies while chilling in his bedroom.
The cops, as you expect, were immediately called. The alleged thief said she had permission to crash at Drake’s place – she did not. When the authorities arrived, along with the hoodie-napping, she reportedly admitted to stealing Pepsi, Sprite and Fiji water. This woman took “thirst” to the next level.
Sadly, though this alleged robbery probably cost less than $20, the alleged crook could be in some major trouble. The soda-crazed fan charged with felony burglary. If someone swipes a million dollars or a six-pack of Coke Zero, it’s still considered a felony if they break into a place to steal it. Yikes. Hopefully, those sodas were worth it.
Drake was actually pretty lucky that he was only robbed of a few soft drinks. Nicki Minaj, 34, didn’t get off so lightly when thieves reportedly broke into her mansion at the end of Jan. 2017. Over $200,000 worth of jewelry was reportedly stolen and to add insult to injury, the robbers allegedly trashed the house on their way out. Nicki, thankfully, wasn’t home at the time, as she was possibly hanging with Drake and Lil’ Wayne, 34, at the time.
Speaking of Nicki, she and Drake were caught getting cozy on the set of her “No Frauds” music video. Nicki was rocking a crimson latex outfit that barely covered her body, while Drake seemed dressed for a cocktail at a nightclub. Fans are eagerly anticipating the video for the anti-Remy Ma diss track, which features both Weezy and Drizzy. Perhaps after filming “No Frauds,” the two could drop a remix about “No home invaders.” Hmm. That doesn’t really have the same bite to it, now does it?
HollywoodLifers, are you shocked that Drake’s home was robbed – and of just a few bottles of soda? How weird was that?