Rihanna admits to dating drake

17-Feb-2020 17:25

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A friend would be excited about his win, but viewers were convinced that Rihanna called him an asshole as he walked past her to the stage.

Maybe she called him an asshole because he wouldn't stop talking about her in interviews? Drake and Brown were both public about their rivalry for years.

It's a long, complicated history that all started back in...

Drake shared the story of how he and Rihanna met during his infamous speech at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards where he presented Rihanna with the Video Vanguard Award.

He was 19 and she was 17 in 2005, so it looks like things didn't heat up between these two for a couple more years.

In an April 2013 interview with Elliott Wilson on the internet radio show, Drake claimed that the rivalry began because "the woman that [Brown] loves fell into [his] lap." That woman would be Rihanna, who, again, didn't talk about Drake publicly. (Flash-forward to 2019, and Drake and Brown have just released a single and music video called "No Guidance" together.

My my, how the times have changed.) in a February interview that he and Rihanna were good friends, but he also said she was still his dream woman."She's the ultimate fantasy," he said. Like, 'Man, that would be good.' We have fun together, she's cool and sh*t. That's my dog for life."Maybe calling her his dream girl worked this time around, seeing as in March 2014, the two were seen holding hands in London. Or maybe she was meeting up with him to tell him to stop talking about her in interviews *insert upside-down smiley emoji here*.

He said Rihanna was filming her "Pon de Replay" music video in the restaurant he "played background music at ...

as people ate their dinner." It's not clear if Drake meant he was a DJ at that restaurant when he first met Rihanna or if he was there at the same time by chance, but suffice it to say, Drake hadn't made his come-up when the two met.Drake and Rihanna's relationship timeline is a long one, spanning from the early days when the two collabed on songs with steamy, emotional music videos, to now, when their friendship — according to Rihanna herself — is nonexistent.

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