• Drake's home was under attack this morning
  • A security guard was shot outside his front door
  • THIS is what authorities have revealed

Early Tuesday morning, the tranquility of Toronto's affluent Bridle Path neighborhood was shattered by gunfire, thrusting Canadian rap superstar Drake's grand mansion into the spotlight of a police investigation. In recent times, the city has seen a spike in crime that has been totally unexpected...

A Night of Terror in Toronto's Posh Enclave

A security guard was reportedly the victim of a drive-by shooting at the property's entrance, sparking intense media and police attention. This article delves into the unsettling event, offering the latest updates and reactions.

Toronto's Bridle Path, known for its lavish homes and high-profile residents, experienced unprecedented chaos when shots rang out in the dead of night. Drake's 50,000-square-foot mansion, a symbol of luxury and opulence, became the scene of a harrowing incident that left a security guard fighting for his life.

At approximately 2:10 a.m. ET, the sound of gunfire echoed through the exclusive neighborhood, prompting an immediate response from Toronto police. The entrance to Drake's mansion was quickly cordoned off, with law enforcement swarming the area.

According to a police source, the victim appears to have been caught in a drive-by shooting, sustaining a serious gunshot wound to the upper chest. Early details from the initial call suggest the victim was a security guard at the home who appears to have been shot in a drive-by attack.

The victim was taken to hospital via emergency run, where he underwent surgery. Images of the rapper's palatial 50,000-square-foot home are frequently shared online, often by Drake himself.

First responders found the guard unconscious, a testament to the severity of the attack. He was swiftly transported to a local hospital, where he underwent emergency surgery. The identity of the victim and his current condition remain closely guarded, as the community reels from the shock.

Frequently flaunted on social media by Drake himself, the rapper's mansion is no stranger to the public eye. However, this incident casts a shadow over the property, raising questions about security and the safety of those within its walls.

"He was taken in for surgery," said a person with information on the situation. It is believed the wounds are not considered life-threatening. 

It’s still unclear if Drake, whose real name is Aubrey Graham, was home though a source says he has been in Toronto in recent days. 

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Residents of the Bridle Path are left uneasy, as the investigation into the shooting continues. With no further comments from the police or insights into the motive behind the attack, the neighborhood is gripped by uncertainty and fear.