Apparently there's bad blood for Drake in Los Angeles, as his OVO Los Angeles flagship have been vandalized.

While it's unknown what happened to his home, the OVO storefront was spray-painted with the message "Leave LA." According to Hollywood Unlocked, the vandalism was in retaliation for Drake sending a private message to the wife of Don C, Kanye West's former manager. The vandals also recorded a video in which they tell him to leave LA.

Reports also indicated that Drake's Hidden Hills home was vandalized, but a source close to the artist confirmed to Highsnobiety that it was not touched.

The gossip site also reports that not only are his home and store "being surveilled," but also his father Dennis Graham.

Drake has yet to publicly respond to the incident.

On this week’s episode of The Dropcast, we are joined by the Patta dons Edson Sabajo and Guillaume Schmidt, who are marking the Dutch brand’s 15th anniversary with historical milestones.

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