News: Drake Angers Los Angeles Neighbors, Cops Called In
Tuesday, Feb 5, 2013 5:10PM
Young Money rapper Drake reportedly partied too hard over Super Bowl XLVII Weekend and forced his Los Angeles neighbors to call over police to settle down the commotion.
Details on what exactly transpired during Sunday's Super Bowl game have surfaced online.
It looks like Drake threw one heck of a 2013 Super Bowl party this weekend. Although the "Started From the Bottom" rapper was MIA from the official Super Bowl festivities in New Orleans, he made sure to make up for it with a shindig so loud that the cops came calling, E! News has learned exclusively. Sources told E! News neighbors were angry about the level of noise coming from the rapper's home and called police to complain about the loud party. Luckily, police let Drake off with only a warning even though they showed up at his home twice. No report was taken and no citation was issued. His rep has not returned a request for comment. (E! Online)
Additional reports claim this all went down in the early evening at his Los Angeles crib.
Drake had surprise visits from police over the Super Bowl weekend. The Young Money rapper, who just released his new song "Started From the Bottom", hosted a party for his friends at his Los Angeles home when cops showed up on his doorstep. Drizzy's bash which started around 5:15 P.M. was apparently too loud for his neighbors to handle. According to E! News, they were pissed off and called cops to complain about the level of noise. Authorities came knocking his door not just once but twice. (Ace Showbiz)
According to reports, Super Bowl XLVII became one of the top three most-watched NFL championships of all time.
The half-hour that included Beyonce's performance at Super Bowl XLVII was one of the most watched segments of the NFL championship on Sunday, hitting an average of about 104 million viewers, Billboard estimates, based on Nielsen data. Nielsen estimated 108.41 million viewers tuned in for the Super Bowl, making it the third-most-watched program in television history behind Super Bowl XLVI and Super Bowl XLV. Nielsen, heeding CBS's request, is not counting the 34-minute power outage delay in its ratings. (Billboard)
Heading into the weekend, Drizzy unleashed his "Started From the Bottom" anthem.
"My good friends, It has truly been too long. I assume you're all keeping well and making the most of this year that has been given to us. Today is the day to begin sharing my newest work with you. This is the first single off of my upcoming album. I feel sometimes that people don't have enough information about my beginnings and therefore they make up a life story for me that isn't consistent with actual events. My family and my second family (consisting of the best friends anybody could ever have) all struggled and worked extremely hard to make all this happen." (October's Very Own)
Check out Drake's "Started From the Bottom":