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Drake complains about news helicopters flying over his house after THIRD police-involved incident in one week at his Toronto mansion

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Drake, 37, complained of being awakened by news helicopters flying over his house Saturday morning; seen in May 2019

Drake complained of being awakened by news helicopters flying over his house Saturday morning.

The 37-year-old rapper took to his Instagram Story to file a noise complaint just two days after the third police incident at his mansion last week.

In simple context, he tagged CP24, a media outlet in his hometown of Toronto, and wrote that after sleeping, he wanted to “discuss” the issue.

“Can we talk about the helicopter flight times over the house? I won’t lie, I’m trying to sleep,” he wrote.

She added an emoji of an arrow going through a pink heart and continued: “Anytime after 3pm works great for me.”

Drake, 37, complained of being awakened by news helicopters flying over his house Saturday morning; seen in May 2019

This comes after her home was the subject of another break-in incident, with three this week amid her ongoing, long-running feud with Kendrick Lamar.

The first involved an early morning shooting of a security guard outside the gates of his mansion on Tuesday.

Toronto police told DailyMail.com they could not confirm whether the Hotline Bling creator was at his residence at the time of the shooting.

Police officers were then called to his home around 2pm on Wednesday after an intruder tried to break into his home.

Once again, police responded to another call about an intruder around 3:30 p.m. Thursday afternoon, according to a statement from Toronto police spokesperson Shannon Eames, as reported by USA Today.

The intruder was reportedly involved in an “altercation” with several security guards outside Drake’s $100 million mansion before police arrived.

The intruder was later taken to the hospital.

It’s unclear if there is any connection between the intruders, or the drive-by shooting, to Drake’s widely publicized feud with Lamar, 36, which has played out via viral tips.

The rapper took to his Instagram Story to file a noise complaint just two days after the third police incident at his mansion last week.

The rapper took to his Instagram Story to file a noise complaint just two days after the third police incident at his mansion last week.

This comes after her home was the subject of another break-in incident, with three this week amid her ongoing, long-running feud with Kendrick Lamar. It's unclear if there is any connection between the intruders, or the drive-by shooting, to Drake's widely publicized feud with Lamar, 36, which has played out via viral tips.

This comes after her home was the subject of another break-in incident, with three this week amid her ongoing, long-running feud with Kendrick Lamar. It’s unclear if there is any connection between the intruders, or the drive-by shooting, to Drake’s widely publicized feud with Lamar, 36, which has played out via viral tips.

The first involved an early morning shooting of a security guard outside the gates of his mansion on Tuesday. Toronto police told DailyMail.com they could not confirm whether the Hotline Bling creator was at his residence at the time of the shooting; seen June 2019

The first involved an early morning shooting of a security guard outside the gates of his mansion on Tuesday. Toronto police told DailyMail.com they could not confirm whether the Hotline Bling creator was at his residence at the time of the shooting; seen June 2019

The shooting and attempted invasion of Drake's Toronto mansion comes after Lamar mocked him by using his house as a cover last week; seen in May 2023

The shooting and attempted invasion of Drake’s Toronto mansion comes after Lamar mocked him by using his house as a cover last week; seen in May 2023

Last month, the rival rappers released 'diss tracks' against each other. For his song Not Like Us, Lamar used an image of Drake's mansion covered in markers from a sex offender app.

Last month, the rival rappers released ‘diss tracks’ against each other. For his song Not Like Us, Lamar used an image of Drake’s mansion covered in markers from a sex offender app.

Although police mentioned they were aware of the dispute, they said there was currently no indication the incidents were related.

However, the shooting and attempted invasion of Drake’s Toronto mansion comes after Lamar mocked him by using his house as a cover last week.

Last month, the rival rappers released ‘diss tracks’ against each other.

For his song Not Like Us, Lamar used an image of Drake’s mansion covered in markers from a sex offender app.

They accused each other of abusing women, and the five-time Grammy winner, who recently put his Beverly Hills mansion back on the market for $88 million after a year on the market, released the latest diss track, The Heart Part 6, on Sunday, May 5.

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