According to reports, three different signs have been left on the front steps of the house that Ye spent eight years growing up in the South Side of Chicago.
Kanye later purchased the residence for about $225,000.
Earlier this week, the rapper built a replica of the house that his late mother, Donda, owned for more than 17 years ago on stage at his latest listening party ahead of his Donda album release.
Although no actual damage has been done to the house, West's space has definitely been invaded. Fans left a sign that read "45 44 burn out," which refers to Drake's new verse diss about his beef with longtime rival Kanye on Trippie Redd's song called, “Betrayal.”
“All these fools Im beefin’ that I barely know / Forty-five, forty-four (burned out), let it go / Ye aint changin’ s--- for me, it’s set in stone,” the musician rapped.
Another sign left at the house takes a random jab at Justin Laboy, a social media influencer who’s recently been labelled by fans as Kanye's "messenger boy."
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Earlier this week, as reported by Radar, Drake hacked into ESPN’s broadcast to announce the release of his new album just hours after Kanye set out a dramatic performance that included his estranged wife Kim Kardashian putting on a wedding dress.
An intentionally glitch-filled ad was tucked into the broadcast as a figure holding a piece of cardboard with a handwritten message read "CLB September 3, " which was undeniably strong marketing to reveal a new release date for his Certified Lover Boy album.
The dramatic announcement had taken Twitter by storm and directed users away from Kanye’s wildly exaggerated listening party.
Kanye previously also posted his nemesis' Toronto address as retaliation to their ongoing feud.
The Canadian singer later posted a picture of himself on Instagram and laughing hysterically following the address incident with the caption, "I have an emotional budget I can't go over."
Now, with this latest news of Drake's fans adding more fuel to the fire, the drama between the two is definitely not ending anytime soon.