Drake’s OVO Store in London Is the Latest to Get Touched as Kendrick Lamar Beef Continues

Drake's OVO store tagged 'they not like us' in London
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Drake's OVO store tagged 'they not like us' in London
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Just a day after a suspected drive-by shooting at Drake’s mansion in Toronto, his London OVO Store was tagged with the phrase ‘they not like us.’

It’s a reference to the “Not Like Us” diss track dropped by Kendrick Lamar, which verbally eviscerates Drake with a series of serious allegations. While the rap beef is very much heated between these two, it’s starting to have collateral damage as fans take the beef into their own hands.

Yesterday Drake’s mansion was shot at, with a security guard wounded in the process. The guard was taken the hospital for surgery while police say they’re investigating the shooting and are aware of the online rap beef. Now photos of a vandalized store front in London have emerged.

Drake’s OVO Store in London was tagged with the line “they not like us” in silver spray paint. The tag is a direct reference to the “Not Like Us” diss track dropped by Kendrick Lamar—which now holds a Spotify record for most first-day streams of a rap song in America. So far, no one appears to have taken credit for tagging the store, but photos of the tag have gone viral on social media.

The original poster confirmed the tag has already been covered up after its discovery. So far, no one has been arrested in connection with the vandalism. The escalating rap beef has already gotten someone shot with serious injuries, and while the tagging did nothing but brief property damage—it’s still vandalism.

Drake’s response to “Not Like Us” dropped on Sunday, dubbed “The Heart Part 6” to riff on Kendrick’s use of that title throughout his work. The reception to Drake’s latest diss track has been mid at best online. Others are speculating that Kendrick Lamar manufactured the beef with Drake to directly expose him—especially as allegations about Diddy come to light.