Zero To 100 Real Quick: Drizzy Brings New Boo Thang Lira Galore To Party In St. Martin, Crew Member Causes Trouble With Hookup

- By Bossip Staff

What happened to the days when Drake was the epitome of clean cut, niceness?

Drake’s Crew Causes Trouble In St. Martin

It seems like his bad boy side is here to stay.

According to Page Six reports:

Rapper Drake and his entourage are stuck in St. Martin as Hurricane Gonzalo barrels through, but island sources tell us the crew has been kicking up their own storm of trouble.

We hear members of Drake’s posse caused a ruckus Friday night after Canadian rapper P. Reign hooked up with a girl who was not single — and her boyfriend trashed his own hotel room out of rage.

We’re told Drake and his crew were on the Caribbean island to film a music video for P. Reign’s new song “DnF.”

Drake threw a single release party for P. Reign on Friday night at the popular Tantra nightclub, and attended with rumored girlfriend, video vixen Lira Galore.

At Tantra, insiders tell us P. Reign brought a group into a private VIP room. But, “Some of those girls were not single, and their boyfriends and some husbands got pretty upset.”

P. Reign allegedly took one of the women back to Drake’s $20,000-a-night villa nearby. But, “The woman’s boyfriend found out and got so jealous he trashed his own hotel room at the Sonesta Maho Beach Resort, across the street from Tantra. He caused up to $5,000 worth of damage and was ultimately arrested.”

Another source told us he did damage to the entire fifth floor of the hotel, where onlookers said there was smoke.

Monday night, Drake was believed to still be in St. Martin, as Gonzalo was upgraded to a hurricane and turned towards the island. P. Reign tweeted, “Made it off that island in the nick of time. Thank God for private jets. Everybody else in the crew stuck in St. Martin for days. Hurricane.”

Only one chick got taken from her man? That definitely could have gone much worse.

Hit the flip for photos from Drake’s OVO Crew showing how they put it down in the islands.

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