A man broke into Drake's house claiming to be the "Honestly, Nevermind" rapper's son after being arrested by the LAPD
Drake's new Los Angeles home was reportedly broken into by a man alleging to be the Toronto rapper's son on Friday. Police were called to the property when the man was spotted by an employee near the pool house.
The 23-year-old intruder was arrested and charged with misdemeanor trespassing.
Drizzy purchased the property, which previously belonged to British pop star Robbie Williams, for $70 million, earlier this year. The home, located in the Beverly Crest neighborhood, features 10 bedrooms.
Drake wasn't home at the time of the break-in and was instead seen in Ibiza over the weekend. In fact, he was spotted jamming to Black Coffee's recent DJ set on the island. The two previously collaborated on the More Life standout track "Get It Together" in 2017. Black Coffee also contributed to the production of three Honestly, Nevermind songs.
This isn't the first time that Drake has dealt with obsessive fans breaking into his home. Back in 2017, a stalker named Mesha Collins was able to get into his estate and stole various items. She was arrested while wearing one of his hoodies.
Collins later filed a $4 billion lawsuit against the rapper, claiming that he defamed her and leaked private information about her. The suit was thrown out and Drake responded by securing a restraining order against Collins.