Kendrick Lamar Shows Stuff Reportedly from Drake’s Father’s Suitcase That was Stolen in Jamaica

As Drake and Kendrick Lamar‘s lyrical feud continues, an interesting tidbit has come to light regarding the cover art for two of Kendrick’s Drake diss tracks, Meet The Graham and 6:16 In LA.

According to Jamaican-American internet personality and podcaster DJ Akademiks, the cover art used by Kendrick for his diss track covers contained images of items that were alleged inside a suitcase that was stolen from Dennis Graham, father of Aubrey Graham, more popularly known as Drake.


At the time when the suitcase was stolen, back in 2021 during a trip to Jamaica, a reward of JMD$1M was offered for the return of the items inside the case and that was when pictures of the items were taken.

A source who spoke to Urband Islandz stated, “The items were in a chest stolen from Dennis in Jamaica in 2021 and the thieves took the photos and got some money to return some of the loot.”

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These items include two pill bottles, two receipts, a black glove, a shirt, recipes etc..

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