Dennis Graham, Drake’s father, is offering JM$1 million to anyone who can return a chest stolen in Jamaica.
Dennis Graham is one of the most well-known celebrity fathers in the industry, and he is well-liked by both fans and celebrities, so when he makes an appeal like this, everybody listens.
Drake’s father took to Instagram on 1st April to give a big cash reward to anyone who can return a stolen chest in Jamaica.
We are offering a $1 Million jmd reward for anyone in possession of a chest taken from 9 Dacosta Drive, Ocho Rios St. Ann Jamaica,” Graham said. “We will not prosecute whoever returns it unopened. It does not contain anything of monetary value, Just sentimental value. Please email email@example.com for drop off location and arrange of payment.
It’s uncertain if the stolen goods belong to him or anyone close to him, but he made it clear that this isn’t an April F**l’s joke. That is to say, he is persistent about getting the goods back.
In the comments, one person wrote: “Thank you Papa and anyone has information on my aunt’s chest dm me.”
This brought the conclusion that the stolen items belong to a third party, and Dennis is attempting to recover them using his platform and probably money. He also stated that anyone who returns it would not face any legal repercussions.
Due to a rise in Covid cases on the island, Jamaica is currently on lockdown.
However, since the contents of the chest have no monetary value, the cash reward could be enough to convince the criminal to return it.
Dennis Graham is not only Drake’s father, but also a well-known figure in his own right. The 66-year-old is a jazz, blues, and soul guitarist was born in Memphis.
He was also a drummer for Jerry Lee Lewis, and it’s likely that he was the one who first introduced Drake to music.