Drake’s London OVO Store Dragged Into Kendrick Lamar Beef With ‘They Not Like Us’ Graffiti

From the looks of it, the dust has settled in the lyrical war between Drake and Kendrick Lamar after the general consensus is that the Compton MC emerged victorious after a furious diss track back-and-forth. But the collateral damage from one of the fiercest bar beatdowns in recent history continues to spill out.


On Tuesday, pictures emerged of the vandalized front window of Drizzy’s London OVO store, which an unknown person (or persons) tagged with the line “they not like us” from what, so far, seems to be the final word in the battle from K.Dot’s withering “Not Like Us.”

The glass window at the front of the shop on London’s iconic Carnaby Street was hit with the silver paint jab featuring the phrase that has become a battle cry for Lamar supporters in the days since its release. At press time it did not appear as if anyone had taken credit for the tag and officials had not announced any arrests in the incident.

Following Saturday’s release of “Not Like Us” — which reportedly broke the Spotify record for the most-streamed rap song in a single day on Tuesday — it seemed like Lamar had settled things before Drake dropped the dismissive “The Heart Pt. 6” on Sunday. The London defacement came on the same day that Toronto Police confirmed that an unnamed security guard working outside Drake’s Toronto mansion was transported to a local with “serious injuries” that were not life-threatening after reports of a shooting by an unknown assailant who fled the scene in a vehicle. Drake was uninjured in the incident and the Associated Press reported that police are attempting to identify the assailant in the drive-by.

Check out a picture of the London store vandalism below.

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