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$ 3 Million Dollars Worth Of Jewelry Was Stolen Off Drake's Tour Bus

3 Million dollars worth of jewelry was stolen off Drake's tour bus while they were performing in Phoenix yesterday. The luxurious pieces belonged to the musician and DJ Future the Prince -  let us tell you, Drake was furious.

A report on the stolen items was made on Tuesday night following the show. According to police statements, the jewelry was taken out of the bus in a briefcase within just 15 min.

To the famous musicians luck, the jewelry was recovered a couple of hours later when the suspect was identified through surveillance footage. Travis King, 21 was arrested on a burglary charge and sent off to the Maricopa County Jail.

Lucky Champagne Papi, if he didn't get those $$$ millions worth of jewels returned, we would have actually felt reaaalllly bad for him.

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