A suspect has been detained by police after a break-in at Drake’s $75 million house in Los Angeles.

On Thursday night (January 26), security for The 6 God was notified of an intruder who had entered the Toronto rapper’s residence.

According to law enforcement officials, Drake’s security called the police when they saw the intruder exiting the residence with something, according to TMZ.

Although Drake wasn’t at home, police were able to find the offender after investigating the area and eventually apprehended him.

The issue of trespassers at Drake’s Los Angeles residence is not new. Police were called to the California property in July when a worker spotted someone wandering around the pool house. The 23-year-old invader, who claimed to be Drizzy’s kid, was questioned by LAPD. He was accused of trespassing, a misdemeanor.

In an attempt to steal into Drake’s “Embassy” house in Toronto last year, a knife-wielding woman struck one of his security officers with a metal pipe before being apprehended.

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Earlier than that, in 2017, a “super stalker” went into Drake’s Hidden Hills house and stole a number of things, including sodas and water. She said she had permission to be inside the house when she was detained while donning one of his hoodies.

The fan, known as Mesha Collins, then sued Drake for $4 billion, claiming that he had leaked her personal information and had defamed her.

Later, the lawsuit was dismissed, and Drizzy was able to obtain a restraining order against Collins.

The most recent break-in occurs only days after Drake finally performed at Harlem’s famed Apollo Theater last weekend after numerous delays. Over the course of two sold-out performances, the Her Loss hitmaker featured Dipset, 21 Savage, and Lil Uzi Vert.

In other Drake news, the OVO boss earlier this month also unveiled a music video for “Jumbotron Shit Poppin,” in which he displayed over $3.3 million worth of Pharrell’s jewelry.

Last November, Her Loss debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 list with a first-week sales total of about 404,000 album-equivalent units. Since then, it has topped one million US sales and one billion Spotify streams.


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