Drake’s Father Giving Away 1 Million For The Return Of Stolen Chest In Jamaica

April 3, 2021 8:42 AM

Dennis Graham who is the father of Canadian rapper Drake, posted something out of urgency on his Instagram page. The veteran Jazz musician appeared to have visited Jamaica, when a chest containing something of sentimental value, was stolen from the address 9 Dacosta Drive in Ocho Rios St. Ann.

According to Graham, the person who brings back the item will be rewarded $1000,000 without prosecution. He did also commented too that he was not running an April Fools joke and that once the item is dropped off, payment arrangements will be settled.

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The fans, however, were more interested in the new upcoming Drake album, “Certified Lover Boy” and urged Graham to speak to his son where the release is concerned due to how bad they want the songs out.

It is also well known that the Toronto Star, has had issues with his father over the years which according to Dennis, he has always questioned, why Drake sings about him the way he does, however, the entertainer let his father know in the past that’s just how he makes his money.

The $1,000,000 does not seem to be a joke after all so in the case someone finds the chest, Graham says they should send an email at auntyflochest@gmail.com with the details.

Drake is known to be a lover of Jamaican culture especially where the music is concerned, while he did not react to the matter we can only hope that this incident don’t change things going forward.

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