People are reportedly surveilling Drake's father, Dennis Graham, as well.
UPDATE: A source close to the situation has confirmed with us that, contrary to our previous report, Drake's home has not been vandalized. As seen in the video below, the OVO store was the only property damaged.
Global superstar Drake is currently on the other side of the world right now, spending time in Brazil. However, he's still making headlines stateside and, this time, things aren't exactly pretty. According to an exclusive report by Hollywood Unlocked, the singer's shop in Los Angeles was vandalized overnight after Drake allegedly sent a direct message to Don C's wife on social media. The news has not been confirmed by Drake or Don C's camps.
A video is making the rounds online, showing the OVO Store in Los Angeles with graffiti sprayed onto the windows. The message simply reads: "Leave LA." According to the source, this all has to do with one of the musician's former friends Don C. As you likely know, both men are associated with Nike, designing high-profile sneaker silhouettes with the major brand. After Drizzy allegedly sent a message online to Don's wife Kristen Noel Crawley, vandals made their way to the store to wreak havoc.
In addition to vandalizing his store, it is also being reported that people are surveilling Drake's father, Dennis Graham. Watch the video below to see the aftermath of the spraypaint job at the OVO Shop. We'll keep an eye on this situation and provide updates where they're necessary.