Drake is not wasting any time these days, as he’s been very busy. He gambled tons of cash but also sued someone who accused him of rape, claiming to be pregnant as well. Here are all the juicy details about what the rapper is up to lately.
In Atlantic City, Drake pulled in some big bucks for a nightclub performance and then he blew up about $200,000 gambling at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino with his pals.
Page Six’s sources claim that Drake and his crew went gambling.
‘Sources said that the casino even opened up restaurant Sugar Factory after-hours for the rapper and his party to nosh on “mini burgers, chicken fingers, and french fries,” as well as a colossal cocktail dubbed “The Drake,’ Page Six reports.
Besides having fun, Drake is also involved in a scandal these days. He’s officially suing Layla Lace who is a woman he met last year and who he claims made some false rape allegations against him, and even faked a pregnancy!
It seems that these two had a one night stand and he did not want to have anything else to do with her after that.
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In the lawsuit that was obtained by TMZ, Drake claims he met Layla during his Boy Meets World Tour in Manchester, England.
According to the reports, after one of his concerts in February 2017, they allegedly hooked up at a hotel and slept together, the document reads via Hollywood Life.
Drake said that she went crazy after he told her that he didn’t want a relationship with her and faked a pregnancy while creating a fantasy relationship with him.
The allegations started back in April 2017 when Layla claimed on her Instagram account that she was pregnant with Drake’s baby.
‘So I guess still in this era this is the new thing that after you tell a dude you pregnant, they stop answering they phone!!!,’ she wrote on the social media site.
The lawsuit concluded by saying that the Manchester police cleared Drake of any wrongdoings and ‘he’s now suing Layla for civil extortion, emotional distress, fraud, defamation, and abuse of process,’ as reported by Hollywood Life.