One of Drake's tour buses was robbed while he and fellow rapper Future performed on stage in Arizona on Tuesday, and the thief made off with upwards of $3 million in jewelry.
TMZ has video of Drake after finding out about the missing loot and he is clearly upset, throwing up his hands in disbelief and trying to find the culprit.
On Wednesday afternoon, police officers found and arrested the man accused of stealing the $3 million in jewelry. The suspect, a transient man named Travion King, was found on Arizona State University campus with all of the jewelery still in the briefcase.
The suspect is believed to have worked for the arena in the past, though he wasn't working during Drake's concert. The cops reviewed all of the security footage from the backstage area to help them identify the man.
The missing goods reportedly belonged to Future the Prince, Drake's DJ on the tour, but Drake was clearly upset over the heist.
The robbery comes off a love-filled week for the "Hotline Bling" rapper in which he and his girlfriend Rihanna have been inseparable. She also got a tattoo of a shark inspired by a date she had with Drake.
"Camo shark for my dear friend @badgalriri," celeb tattoo artist Keith "Bang Bang" McCurdy wrote in showing off the tattoo last week.
The tattoo also came after the two kissed on stage during that concert, which was a few days after he publicly professed his love to RiRi in presenting her with the Video Vanguard Award at the MTV VMAs on Aug. 28.
"She's someone I've been in love with since I was 22 years old," he gushed. "She's one of my best friends in the world."
Strangely, Drake's dad actually thinks his son and RiRi aren't in a romantic relationship at all, despite the public profession of love (which has now happened several times).
"They're friends, they've been friends for years," he told TMZ cameras on Tuesday. "There's no relationship. They're friends."
Father knows best, but maybe not in this particular case.