Dj Drama Allegedly Got Beatdown & Robbed By Canadian Goons

Dj Drama allegedly got his chain snatched by Toronto goons for “not checking in” with them after a recent performance.

In a video that appeared on Saturday (June 10), three masked men who all appear to be wearing matching jeans and T-shirts  can be seen shouting Drake‘s name while holding what seems to be the Philly DJ’s iced-out Generation Now chain.

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“This is — that’s what you fuckin’ get for not checkin’ in!” one masked robber says as he flashes what appears to be a Rolex watch. “Shout out boy, Drizzy, eh? Triple G’s, you know how we rock! Braap! Braap!”

The three goons then appear to show off some cash as more proof of their successful robbery spree.

The incident allegedly took place during DJ Drama’s performance at Toronto’s well-known Century nightclub on King Street. According to a witness who was reportedly present during the incident, the snatching took place inside the club itself.

“A man messaged the betting group last night saying “Biiiiiiig fight at my club tonight lol. Man’s jumped dj drama and this guy is still GUSHING blood like 20mins later” and then another man called me saying he witnessed it live,” he wrote. No actual footage from the alleged attack has yet turned up.

Dj Drama has not responded to the incident yet.

The goons shouting out Drake seems a little curious considering DJ Drama and Drake squashed their longtime beef last month.

A lot of people were surprised to find Drake on the Come Home The Kids Miss You tracklist for Jack Harlow’s sophomore album. Harlow is signed to Drama’s Generation Now label, but the DJ clarified on Twitter when the album dropped on Friday (May 6) that the beef between him and the Toronto mogul had finally been laid to rest.

“We gotta stop this narrative lol,” Drama tweeted. “Me & Drake been put that to rest. Grown men shit, and beyond that Jack & Drake cultivated they own relationship. Now erybody go stream that ‘Churchill Downs’!!”

The dispute between Drake and DJ Drama began in 2015 when rumors surfaced that the Gangsta Grillz mixtape king had informed Meek Mill that Drake hadn’t written his own verse for the Philly rapper’s hit “R.I.C.O.”

Although the two rappers have now patched things up, there were long-standing hints from both Drake and Drama’s camp that the two had no interest in reuniting. Drake appeared to target Drama in DJ Khaled’s 2016 single “For Free,” and when Drama spoke with N.O.R.E for a Drink Champs interview in 2021, he said that the OVO boss had once reacted against him by having sex with his girl.

“We’ve had small talk — we’ve talked,” Drama told The Breakfast Club in 2021. “We haven’t seen each other since the ‘tiff’ but we’ve been in communication lightly. At some point, I’m sure we’ll get the opportunity to sit down and really just build. I feel like he’s past that and we’re past that. That’s where it’s at really.”