, 2022-07-22 02:00:00,
Drake has the kind of appreciation for warm-weather vacations familiar to anyone who grew up in a city with brutal winters. From the pool selfie seen ‘round the world to his Turks and Caicos trip with acolyte Jack Harlow, the superstar rapper really knows how to cut loose once he’s off the clock and in the sun. And cutting loose is exactly what he’s been doing during a sprawling, headline-grabbing excursion across Europe following the release of his seventh studio album, Honestly, Nevermind.
Since arriving in Ibiza, Drake has been on a posting spree, sharing shirtless tanning photos (read: thirst traps), videos of the lavish yacht he and the OVO crew are renting, and…some British kid’s meme rap about Love Island. But those moments pale in comparison to the strange storylines that have exploded on social media. Chances are on July 14 you saw #FreeDrake somewhere on your timeline, which stemmed from a rumor that the musician had been arrested by Swedish police. His team told The Hollywood Reporter that story was false, but that wasn’t the end of the saga.
In a July 17 Instagram dump, Drake shared what appeared to be a letter from Swedish police headlined “Information for Those Suspected of a Crime and Subsequently Detained,” which apparently confirmed that he had contact with law enforcement. The rumors of a police run-in sparked concern online, since ASAP Rocky was imprisoned for a month in Stocklholm in 2019. (Drake’s Instagram post also included photos of…
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