Drake's Thirstiest Fan Broke Into His House And Stole Some Beverages

Apr 19, 2017, 01:28
Drake's Thirstiest Fan Broke Into His House And Stole Some Beverages

TMZ reports that the thirsty burglar was apprehended when one of Drizzy's crew members found her in one of Drizzy's bedrooms at 10:30 p.m. on April 3, wearing one of Drake's hoodies, probably waiting for Drake, who wasn't home at the time.

Drake was reportedly away from the house at the time.

A woman was recently arrested for breaking into the home of rapper Drake and drinking his soft drinks.

When police arrived, the woman said she was allowed into the house, but Drake's camp says she entered unlawfully.

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It is unclear how long she had been inside the house, or how long she was in there as there were no signs of forced entry.

Meanwhile, Drake made a surprise appearance during Future's Coachella set over the weekend. Even with all of the high-dollar valuables and possessions that Drake keeps around, including his most recent purchase, a gorgeous Ben Baller-designed OVO owl, the only thing she admitted to taking was a Sprite, a Pepsi and a bottle of Fiji water. As TMZ states, it doesn't matter what you take; if you enter someone's spot illegally and take something, that's felony robbery.