Drake Receives Cease and Desist Order For Minor NCAA Violation

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It never ends for Drake, first you have Meek Mill going at him saying he doesn't write his own rap lyrics and now Sporting News reports that he has violated an NCAA rule.

Drake has recently asked an incoming UK freshman Charles Matthews for a picture during last year's Big Blue Madness...that didn't go over very well.

After Big Blue Madness concluded, Drake "headed back toward the locker room to say goodbye to the head coach (who wasn't there)" and "PSA #3 (who Sporting News identified as four-star shooting guard commit Charles Matthews) approached Graham and requested a picture."

The photo request was considered a Level III (non-suspension) violation, and as part of Kentucky's self-reporting, the university sent a letter to the NCAA explaining it had "issued a cease-and-desist letter to (Drake) directing him to refrain from conversations with prospects or taking photos with prospects when that conversation or photo occurs outside the parameters established by the NCAA."