Drake Responds to Lawsuit over OVO Owl Necklace

Last year a lawsuit against Drake and his OVO camp surfaced, as jeweller Michael Raphael pinned Drake and his team for copyright infringement and damages regarding a collection of $50,000 diamond-studded platinum necklaces. Raphael was asked to design and create the necklaces, but Drake eventually replicated knockoff versions for his friends, resulting in Raphael not only laying legal claims against the rapper but also demanding the knockoffs be put in his possession.

According to Drake, however, the logo does not belong to him or to Raphael, as it is actually taken from an ancient Egyptian hieroglyph that represents the letter "M," pictured below.