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pretty undeniable -- and they have no problem keeping people guessing.
The "Hotline Bling" rapper recently gave their fans more hope that the two are an item, thanks to a telling lyric in his track "Hype" from his new album, Still, the chemistry between Rihanna, 28, and Drake, 29, is pretty undeniable -- and they have no problem keeping people guessing.
From Harper's BAZAARUpdate, 12/28: Jennifer Lopez and Drake just added fuel to the rumors that they're an item.
Early this morning, they both posted photos on Instagram of the two of them romantically snuggling up together on the couch.
It’s also unclear who snapped the pic, but we’re sure whoever did feels a little icky about it because they were third-wheeling in a big way." data-reactid="26"Neither captioned the photo, which was posted simultaneously to their Instagram accounts early Wednesday morning. (She posted a photo of them together with the hashtag #Love Him, which he reshared with a love-eyed emoji.) Then he held a dinner party at Delilah in West Hollywood and they reportedly left together.
It’s also unclear who snapped the pic, but we’re sure whoever did feels a little icky about it because they were third-wheeling in a big way.691,000 times. While Drake’s on-again, off-again thing with Rihanna has been complicated, Lopez’s entire romantic history is like … She has been married three times — and was recently linked to her third husband, Marc Anthony, again after they shared a steamy stage kiss.
We love the videos, which change their artistic vision from year to year.
But most of all, we love the woman who hasn’t changed since day one,” he said before admitting, “She’s someone I’ve been in love with since I was 22 years old.”Check out the video above to see why the two should just be a couple already, and why we think they secretly are.
I’ll give it to my family, I’ll give it to my work — but I will not give it to a man right now.’’ So what’s really going on between these two superstars?
Fall is officially here, and summer love, by definition, doesn't last (at least not according to that Justin Timberlake song).