Drake's Neighbors Complained About Too Much Noise, So He Bought Their House
Let this be a lesson to you: Mess with Drake and he will literally own everything you've worked your life to acquire.
Reportedly, Drake's parties are crazy. I legally have to say “reportedly” because we obviously can't confirm how nuts they are as none of us have ever been to a Drizzy party, but you KNOW they're absolutely absurd.
We're talking about the guy who sings “Hotline Bling” and dates Rihanna. Low-key dinner parties are probably not his thing.
This was supposedly hell on his neighbors who complained about the noise that came with living next to Aubrey.
Rather than turning down the stereo and sending over an “I'm sorry” jello mold (this is what people who live in houses and not terrible, small apartments do, right?), Drake decided to fix the problem a bit more permanently:
He bought the house for $2.85 million.
Before we proceed, just take a moment to remember Drake literally warned everyone he would do this in "Where Ya At."
In the song with Future, he famously sang,
I'm selfmade, selfish with my women, self employed I'll buy the neighbors house if they complain about the noise
The house, according to Trulia, is,
A charming ranch-style house tucked away on a peaceful cul-de-sac. Located on 1 acre, the 4,445-square-foot four-bedroom, five-bathroom home is the perfect cozy complement to the 7,444-square-foot home next door. An open floor plan, hardwood floors, and high ceilings are the ultimate example of California cool, while multiple fireplaces and a top-of-the-line gourmet kitchen make this the type of home friends will want to hang out in.
Outside, the house also includes a massive backyard, a pool and an 800-square-foot guesthouse.
Cool. Drake's neighbor's house's guest house is bigger than my house house. Good to know.