Law enforcement officials in Los Angeles have initiated an investigation following concerning phone calls to Drake’s dad, Dennis Graham.
According to TMZ, Graham reached out to the authorities after receiving unsettling calls and a text message from an unknown caller. The conversations apparently mentioned both the Freemasons and Drake, but the motive behind them remains unclear. These communications occurred within a short 15-minute timeframe.
The LAPD has not released an official statement about the incident yet. Further updates will be provided as more information becomes available.
Meanwhile, Drake is currently on tour with 21 Savage for their joint headlining tour, “It’s All a Blur Tour.” The highly anticipated tour started in Chicago earlier this month and will continue in major U.S. cities, including Nashville, Miami, Atlanta, New Orleans, and Austin, concluding in early October.
As fans eagerly await the release of his upcoming album, “For All the Dogs,” Drake is no stranger to dealing with unwanted attention. In 2022, he faced an incident where Mesha Collins broke into his Los Angeles home and helped himself to drink from his fridge. Collins later sued the artist for a staggering $4 billion for invasion of privacy and even filed a restraining order against him, in an ironic twist. In response to a series of threats and unwarranted visits, Drake also sought a restraining order against Collins.
On a lighter note, Drake’s friendly and humorous relationship with his father has been more visible in the public eye. In May, the rapper shared a light-hearted exchange with his dad about an ancestry test Dennis Graham took. The results revealed a 30 percent Nigerian heritage with 28 percent from Cameroon, Congo, and Western Bantu Peoples. Drake playfully wondered if this made him a “Naija man.”
As the situation with the phone calls unfolds, fans continue to support Drake’s music and eagerly anticipate the new album. The bond between Drake and his father remains heartwarming, adding a personal touch to the artist’s public life.