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Drake and OVO want you to know that they have nothing to do with the upcoming movie, Homecoming: The Lost Footage, and encourage fans to not buy into anything that they have not put their endorsement behind. Drake took to Twitter to address the confusion and his publicists clarified that the movie is an unauthorized project.
To reiterate, OVO and Drake have had no creative input into this unauthorized film project and it is nothing to do with them in any way. Obviously Drake and OVO only put out music and video/ film that is of the highest quality for their brand and what their fans have come to expect and do not want any fans to buy into something that has not come from them.
The film, which is scheduled to be released in theaters this month, shows footage that was thought to be lost of a Drake show in Toronto in 2009 before he was signed to Young Money. We will continue to update with further details as they become available.
UPDATE 03/18/2015: TMZ is reporting that Specticast, the company distributing the Homecoming film, is suing Drake for sabotaging the movie's release. According to the suit, the company speculates that Drake tried to draw attention away from the release of the movie by attacking it on Twitter and then promoting his sixth annual OVO Fest weekend in August. Check out our interview with the co-executive producer of the film as well, where Drake's involvement with the film is described in more detail.