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The beef between rapper Drake and street-wear designer Don C escalated when Drake's Hidden Hills, California home and OVO store were vandalized.

According to published reports, the vandalism occurred after the Toronto rapper sent a private message to Don C's wife, Kristen Noel Crawley, on social media, asking her to intervene in his squabble with her husband.

A video making the rounds on social media shows the OVO storefront in Los Angeles covered in red spray paint. The message reads: "Leave L.A."

Drake's Hidden Hills mansion was also vandalized over night.

Former friends Drake and Don C are both signed to Nike, designing high-profile sneakers for the sportswear giant.

It is also being reported that someone is surveilling Drake's father, Dennis Graham.
 

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HU Staff: Kecia Gayle @Kecia.Kae Hollywood Unlocked has exclusively learned that rapper Drake’s Hidden Hills home and OVO store have been vandalized. ___________________________________________________ A source close to the situation told us exclusively that Drake allegedly sent a private message to the wife of Kanye West’s former manager Don C. That apparently made a lot of people mad. ___________________________________________________ In the middle of the night, vandals spray painted a threat to Drake and recorded a video of them telling him to leave Los Angeles. While we aren’t clear on what was allegedly spray painted on his home, we however were told that not only is his home and business being surveilled but so is his father Dennis Graham. ___________________________________________________ Read more at thehollywoodunlocked.com, link ain bio! ?: IG/ Hollywood Unlocked

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