Drake’s Homecoming: The Lost Footage is a documentary headed to theatres featuring footage from one of the rapper’s shows in Toronto back in 2009.
The only problem is that Drake denies all involvement in the release — and now he’s being sued by the documentary’ distribution company.
Read more via TMZ below:
Specticast filed the suit against Drake for blasting the film, and encouraging his 21 million Twitter followers to stay away when it hits theaters Thursday … for one night only.
Drake disavowed the movie Monday by tweeting … it’s “not something OVO or Drake have any part in. I feel it is my responsibility to inform and protect my fans.”
Drake hasn’t offered any further explanation — but doubled down by also telling fans Rap-A-Lot Records honchos Jas and J. Prince were also boycotting.
In the suit, Specticast speculates Drake did it to draw attention to his Twitter page — because shortly after launching the attack, he started tweeting about ticket sales for his OVO Fest this summer.