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May 2019

Drake and Tory Lanez Host Ultra Exclusive Party In Portland Jamaica

Drake and Tory Lanez are in Jamaica living their best lives.

We’re told that Drake and Lanez booked out an ultra private villa in Portland for the weekend that’s within close proximity to where Popcaan is hosting his highly anticipated Unruly Fest at Lyssons Park in St Thomas. The party pre-show party saw Tory Lanez and Champagne Papi inviting a bunch of smoking hot ladies and some of their homies over to the crib. Sources told us that Popcaan and a few of the Unruly Gang members were also present. A few other local dancehall celebrities were spotted at the private event.

The two Canadian rappers are set to make a special appearance at Popcaan’s highly anticipated show, Unruly Fest, set for Saturday December 22 at Lyssons Park in St Thomas. The show is shaping up to be one of the biggest dancehall stage shows of the years based on the lineup which is expected to pull thousands of local and overseas fans to St. Thomas, the birth parish of dancehall hitmaker Popcaan.

On Friday night, Drake shared a photo of himself in a recording studio, and now we’re learning that the photo was taken at the Geejam Studio in Portland, which means that the OVO rapper is recording some new music.

On Friday, Tory Lanez was also spotted at a local weed shop in Kingston, and it appears that he took all that weed to the party since he was spotted lighting up his spliff.

Both Drake and Tory Lanez arrived in Jamaica on Friday for the Unruly Fest event which will brought thousands of dancehall fans overseas to St. Thomas.

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Tags: Drake, Jamaica, Popcaan, Reggae


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