Drake Says He Did Not Create the OVO Movie ‘Homecoming: The Lost Footage’

Drake hopped on his Twitter account this morning to let fans know that he has nothing to do with the upcoming filmHomecoming: The Lost FootageXXL reached out to Drizzy’s camp for comment and a representative confirmed that the Young Money MC “have no creative input into this unauthorized film project and it is nothing to do with OVO in any way.” The clips from the project is off of SpectiCast Entertainment’s YouTube Page. Billboard reports that Fathom Events and  Rap-A-Lot Records CEO J. Prince’s son Jas Prince are the ones responsible for the film.

@Drake
The Drake Homecoming film is not something OVO or Drake have any part in. I feel it is my responsibility to inform and protect my fans.

Homecoming is an upcoming film that shows footage of Drake’s sold out concert at the Sound Academy in Toronto back in 2009. The movie is a compilation of footage from Drizzy’s pre Young Money performance, as well as interviews with Rap-A-Lot Records CEO J Prince and his son Jas Prince. Jas, who is credited for discovering the “6 Man” spitta. They discussed his beginnings with Drizzy in a recent clip from the movie  that hit the net last Thursday (March 12).

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