Drake is now under fire for not supporting the rock doc, Homecoming: The Lost Footage.The company that is distributing it, Specticast, has slapped the Young Money emcee with a lawsuit for tweeting out to his 21 million followers that he was not supporting the project, according to TMZ. The flick chronicles Drake’s rise and features footage of his 2009 performance at Toronto’s Sound Academy.
The Drake Homecoming film is not something OVO or Drake have any part in. I feel it is my responsibility to inform and protect my fans.
— Drizzy (@Drake) March 16, 2015
In their lawsuit, Specticast claims that Drizzy posted that tweet to draw attention to his page so he could plug his upcoming OVO Fest in Toronto. The “Energy” rapper also said that Rap-A-Lot Records’ Jas and Jas Prince, who appears in the movie, were boycotting the project.
The film is hitting theaters today, Mar. 19, for one night only.