Drake’s OVO store in London vandalized with Kendrick Lamar lyrics

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Drake’s OVO store in London vandalized with Kendrick Lamar lyrics

Drake’s OVO store in London was vandalized in the wake of his beef with Kendrick Lamar, with the outlet tagged with lyrics from the latter’s most recent diss track aimed at his adversary.

On Tuesday (May 7), the shop located on the city’s famed Carnaby Street was spray-painted with the bar “They not like us,” referencing K.Dot’s scathing “Not Like Us” joint released last week.

As of now, the perpetrators have not been tracked down.

Check out the vandalization below:

The beef between both titans seems to have transcended music — in addition to graffiti above, there was also a shooting that occurred outside Drake’s Toronto mansion, though the latter hasn’t been linked to the rivalry between the two artists.

The 6 God’s house was at the center of a police investigation after said shots were fired near the property, leaving one person injured.

Rolling Stone subsequently confirmed that the victim was Drake’s security guard, who suffered a gunshot wound to his upper chest. He was rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery soon after being found unconscious.

Toronto Police revealed in a brief post on X (formerly Twitter) that the shooting took place earlier this week in the city’s ritzy Bridle Path neighborhood, home to the rapper’s “Embassy” mansion.

The assailant, who has yet to be identified, is believed to have fled the scene in a vehicle.

A photo of police closing the street outside Drake’s home has been making the rounds on social media, though there is currently no indication that he was connected to the shooting. Other images revealed that officers taped off the rapper’s front door.

The “Hotline Bling” hitmaker himself was uninjured during the incident, which is believed to have been a drive-by shooting.

The residence in question was recently used as fodder in his high-profile feud with Kendrick, with the Compton rapper using a satellite picture of the property as the cover art for “Not Like Us.”

The image was peppered with several red markers that resemble the ones from sex predator apps as the “Alright” MC accused his rival and his associates of being pedophiles on the song.

“Say, Drake, I hear you like ’em young/ You better not ever go to cell block one/ To any bitch that talk to him and they in love/ Just make sure you hide your lil’ sister from him,” he spits. “And Baka [Not Nice] got a weird case, why is he around?/ Certified Lover Boy? Certified pedophiles