Drake’s Memorial Day weekend festivities came to a screeching halt when party guests got into a nasty poolside brawl.

According to TMZ, the “One Dance” rapper held a massive party at his Hidden Hills, California, mansion on Monday. Sources report girls were being brought to the event by the busload and spent the day eating and drinking at the swanky bachelor pad. Several fights are said to have broken out during the day, according to one neighbor. One attendee managed to capture a video of one fight among three separate groups of female guests. Drake, 29, does not appear to have been nearby when the fighting occurred. Paramedics were called to the mansion to take away a guest, though the circumstances of that transport remain unknown.

Photos posted by Drake himself give a different impression of the party, as they  appear much tamer than the videos suggest. In one picture he and two friends are shown sitting on steps outside his home smoking hookah. Drake, sporting a gold and red Chicago Bulls jersey, also appears to have a drink in hand. Another video, taken by a guest, shows the “Pop Style” rapper chatting with a visitor from a raised area while crowds of people dance to his music down below.


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While the Canadian-born rapper may have been able to avoid getting involved in any feuds during his party, he can’t seem to escape drama involving rapper Meek Mill. The Philadelphia native took yet another shot at Drake on Thursday on his “All the Way Up” remix, referencing both his latest album, “Views From the 6,” and rumors that Drake uses a ghostwriter. During Memorial Day weekend, Meek Mill posted a cryptic message on Instagram about avoiding “crabs.” The video showed the rapper and a group of friends aboard a private jet freestyling.

Drake has not addressed the drama from his Memorial Day bash nor has he responded to Mill’s latest jab.

Drake Paramedics responded to a call at Drake’s Hidden Hills, California, mansion on Monday when the rapper was hosting a Memorial Day blowout. Pictured: Drake at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, May 23, 2016, for Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Photo: Getty Images