Drake's Summer Sixteen Tour with Future rolled through Phoenix on September 6 and according to TMZ, a whole lot of jewelry was taken. The report states that someone snuck onto a tour bus and stole a briefcase containing $2-3 million worth of jewelry. Police told the site it belonged to Drake's DJ, Future the Prince. The FADER has reached out to Drake's representatives.
Below see video of Drake supposedly upset after finding out about the robbery. Reps or Drake, Future, and Future The Prince. Read the full report here.
Update (9/7 8:22 p.m.): A suspect in has been arrested in connection to the robbery on Drake and Future's tour bus, according to TMZ. Police told the outlet that Travion King was arrested on the campus of Arizona State University and was carrying a briefcase that contained the stolen jewelry.
King had previously worked at Talking Stick Arena, where Drake and Future performed on September 6, but was not working on the night of the theft.
A representative for the Phoenix Police Department was not immediately available for comment.
Update (9/7 9:23 p.m.): A representative for the Phoenix Police Department has confirmed to The FADER that a suspect, Travion King, has been arrested for the burglary of Drake and Future's tour bus and the stolen jewelry has been recovered. Read the full statement below.
An arrest has been made in this case. 21 year old Travion King has been arrested and charged with the theft from 201 E Jefferson Street. The property has been recovered as well and officers will be working with the victim to account for the items reported stolen. Surveillance footage assisted with identifying King who has done contract work with local venues in the past. King was arrested early this morning by Arizona State University Police in Tempe, AZ, for one count of trespassing on their Tempe Main Campus. He was booked into Maricopa County Fourth Avenue Jail on the trespassing charge until Phoenix Police discovered his whereabouts at the jail. He is in the process of being re-booked into jail on the new charges.