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So apparently Drake doesn't like getting his photo taken

When a Toronto-based amateur photographer was checking out the best views of the 6 by snapping shots of the skyline from Polson Pier on Monday evening, something, or rather someone, unexpected appeared in his lens - hometown hero Drake.

Yes, at the Toronto Star reports today, two photographers - Matt Small and Michael Massie - saw Drake, along with two women and another man, get out of helicopter near where they were shooting. Naturally, Small turned his camera towards our city's most famous hip hop artist.

Drake and his woes, however, weren't too pleased about this. The rapper, apparently, hopped over a six-foot-high wire fence and approached Small. Drake allegedly started taking pictures of Small and he and his friend tried to get the hobbyist to delete his photos - as the Star writes, one person even tried to grab Small's camera.

Massie, who didn't know Small before Monday, heard the altercation and came over - he was ready to dial 911.

As the Star writes, Massie told Drake he was ready to call the police. The "Summer Sixteen" singer replied saying, "Your buddy has to give us his memory card and delete his pictures."

Eventually, the situation calmed down after Drake and friends piled into a Black Escalade and drove away.

Are we on the cusp of another Drake-related feud? Oh man, oh man, oh man, not again.

Photo via Matt Small on Instagram.


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