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Drake comforts 'freaked out' Taylor Swift, invites her to stay at his place amid stalker drama

International Business Times logo International Business Times 13/11/2016 Ruchinka Upadhyaya

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Drake is comforting Taylor Swift amid all the drama surrounding her alleged stalker. The Shake It Off singer was reportedly pursued by Frank Andrew Hoover after her concert in Austin in October. He was arrested on 10 November.

According to a report in Hollywood Life, Swift's rumored boyfriend has sent a few of his boys to keep an eye on the singer. A source told the website, "Taylor [Swift] being stalked and freaked out about it doesn't sit well with Drake. He's real heated that she has lunatics intruding on her personal space, and he's told her he'd personally send a few of his boys to keep an eye on her and be her bodyguards. He's definitely been comforting for her!"

Rumours about the Blank Space hitmaker dating Drake began after they were spotted flirting and getting cosy at the rapper's 30th birthday party.

The rapper even invited the 26-year-old singer to stay at his place in Los Angeles, according to the insider. "He's telling her everything is going to be alright and wants to make absolute certain that she feels safe and secure when she's out in public." Drake and Taylor Swift © Getty Drake and Taylor Swift

The source added, "He's even told her she's welcome to come chill at his place In LA for as long as she needs because it's safe, behind several gates and she'll be so secluded and out of harms way. She's thinking about it and Drake's really encouraging her to take his offer."

Previously, Holywood Life had reported that the Bad Blood singer was a "bit rattled" after the stalker incident.

A source told the website, "Not only has her stalker been bugging her, he has been bugging her family and that is what is very scary. She trusts her security and her security protocol, but to know that he still got close to her has her a bit rattled."

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