AN intruder tried to break into Drake’s Toronto mansion on Wednesday afternoon and fought with security guards before being arrested.

The Toronto Police Service confirmed to The U.S. Sun a person tried to gain access to the property in the lavish neighborhood of The Bridle Path.

A man has been arrested after trying to break into his Toronto house and fighting with the rapper’s security guardsCredit: Getty

The attempted break-in comes the day after another of Drake’s security guards was hospitalized by a drive-by shooting at the propertyCredit: AFP

It’s unclear if Drake was home at the timeCredit: Reuters

The person was detained under the Mental Health Act, a police spokesman said.

In Ontario, the Mental Health Act allows police to detain a person if the officer has reasonable doubt to believe that person is acting disorderly and is a threat to themselves or others.

Just yesterday, one of Drake’s security guards had to be hospitalized after being shot near the rapper’s mansion.

The security guard was shot in the chest and was unconscious when police arrived, cops told CBC Toronto.

According to preliminary evidence, the attack seems to have been a drive-by shooting.

It’s unclear if Drake – real name Aubrey Graham – was home at the time, but police said he and his team were cooperating with the investigation.

A bird’s-eye-view image of Drake’s home, often referred to as The Embassy, was used in the cover art of Kendrick Lamar’s latest single Not Like Us.

It is the fourth diss track directed at Drake by Lamar as part of the two’s ongoing feud, which has escalated since March.

In the song, Lamar made many accusations against Drake and his inner circle and hinted that more tracks were to come.

Drake responded with The Heart Part 6, denying the allegations made by Lamar and saying that his team fed Lamar false information.

On social media, Drake predicted Lamar would eventually respond with another diss writing, “And we know you’re dropping 6 mins after so instead of posting my address you have a lot to address.”

Despite this, there is nothing that proves that the feud has any correlation to the incidents at Drake’s home.

The Bridle Path is the wealthiest neighborhood in Canada and is often called Millionaires Row.

Drake’s mansion is believed to have cost an estimated $100 million.


Drake and Lamar’s feud has been widely talked about in recent weeks with Stephen A. Smith throwing his two cents into the mix.

The First Take star addressed the beef on Monday’s episode of the sports debate show on ESPN.

Smith and Shannon Sharpe appeared in remote locations with host Christine Williamson filling in for Molly Qerim.

As the three discussed Tom Brady’s Netflix roast on Sunday, Smith decided to give his opinion on the feud.

“Kendrick Lamar … Drake … Stop!” he told the Grammy-winning rappers.

“It’s getting too personal … Stop it.

“That’s not funny. Stop … Just stop.”

The U.S. Sun has reached out to Drake’s reps for comment.