Yesterday (March 16), Drake took to Twitter to announce that he had no part in creating Drake’s Homecoming: The Lost Footage, which hits theaters in two days. Per usual, TMZ has the scoop on why the rapper is wiping his hands clean of the project, despite reportedly receiving a check for it.

It’s funny how life works, especially in the rap world. That said, here’s a clip of Jas Prince recalling Lil Wayne’s initial thoughts on his biggest Young Money asset to date in the upcoming film Drake’s Homecoming: The Lost Footage.

Drake is currently blowing his money at Florence Griffith Joyner speeds in Dubai, and he’s invited the world to join him–sort of.

Drake, back in 2013, committed $75K to build a music studio at Philadelphia’s Strawberry Mansion High School, which had a reputation of being downtrodden. Finished the following summer, the school has finally found a teacher to run the space.

Soon, Drake fans will hear a draped up and dripped out version of his surprise mixtape courtesy of OG Ron C. Titled If You’re Choppin This It’s Too Late, it features a version of “Madonna” that features an unreleased second verse.

Just like that, nothing was the same (pun intended). The “Drizzy Keyboard” app is here, thus giving fans the ability to quote the Drake at the drop of a hat.

Fans in eight cities, including Houston and Miami, jumped at the opportunity to see Drake perform at their neighboring arena. Unfortunately, the OVO rapper had no knowledge of these shows and won’t be performing at any of the promoted dates.

Of the many people alleging that Birdman owes them money, Jas Prince appears to be most reserved. But, more often than not, those are the ones you should worry about.

After a dismal display of acting in this short film, a special moment in Drake’s career will be the focal point of a special one-night concert event.

Drake’s OVO and Roots Canada forged a collaborative relationship that’s produced some dope wear. The same can be said about their recently revealed varsity jacket.

Before rap, it was acting that earned Drake his chips. The world knew the rapper as “Jimmy” from Degrassi, but sometime after the show wrapped up and the So Far Gone, he and his compadres filmed a short film called Us & Them.

Drake wins, again. And for the fourth time, the grand prize is a number one album on the Billboard charts.