Published: Wed, April 19, 2017
Life&Culture | By Ted Wilson

Woman breaks into Drake's home, takes bottles of water and soda

Woman breaks into Drake's home, takes bottles of water and soda

The 6 God's home was burglarized by a literally thirsty woman in early April.

Drake was reportedly away from the house at the time.

She apparently didn't swipe anything else beside the drinks, but the woman was still arrested and hit with felony burglary charges, according to TMZ.

A member of the rapper's crew walked into Drake's Los Angeles home only to find a 24-year-old female fan hanging out in his bedroom, wearing one of Drake's hoodies.

Mesha Collins, from Columbia, South Carolina, told the police that she had permission to enter the home, which was not true.

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While inside Drake's residence Collins allegedly "consumed a Sprite, a Fiji water and a Pepsi".

"The most offensive place I have ever stayed at in my life with staff who pick and choose who they are going to accommodate based on racial profiling", Drake captioned the post.

Meanwhile, Drake made a surprise appearance during Future's Coachella set over the weekend.

It is unclear how long she had been inside the house, or how long she was in there as there were no signs of forced entry. As TMZ states, it doesn't matter what you take; if you enter someone's spot illegally and take something, that's felony robbery.

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