Rihanna and rapper Drake are not friends after their fallout, but that doesn't mean they are enemies, the "We Found Love" hitmaker divulges.
The 30-year-old is Vogue's cover girl, and in her interview, she got candid with a lot of things. But fans shouldn't expect more on Rihanna spilling the beans between her and Drake, or whether there really is something to settle between the two.
Sad to say, Rihanna and Drake are not friends, so shippers, who dubbed the love team as "Drihanna" or "AubRih," from the rapper's first name Aubrey, should not blow this out of proportion. That said, the "Diamonds" singer also explained they are not foes.
"We don't have a friendship now, but we're not enemies either. It is what it is," Rihanna said.
Perhaps they remain former flames who chose to remain out of each other's businesses or maybe she and Drake could still seal their friendship in the future judging by the word she used, "now." That said, what that meant will just be clear to Rihanna.
The sad news crashes dreams of fans of a possible reconciliation for the two singers, who are responsible in bringing the catchy hit "Work" and the upbeat "What's My Name." Supporters of Rihanna and Drake can easily remember how the Canadian rapper professed his love during a speech at the MTV Video Music Awards as he presented her the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.
"She's someone I've been in love with since I was 22 years old," Drake confessed at the time.
The awards event was also controversial, and Rihanna did not forget to talk about that day. Fans may remember that Drake tried to kiss her but ended up giving her shoulder a smooch as the Fenty Beauty owner buried his head to it, resulting to an awkward, twitchy scene.
Rihanna admitted that waiting while Drake delivered his speech became one of the "most uncomfortable part." Furthermore, she explained she didn't like to be "put on blast." Days after their cringing moment at the VMAs, she would later appear in Miami during the "Best I Ever Had" singer's concert. She also expressed her gratitude for his heartfelt speech via her Instagram.
Acts Of Love?
Prior to his admission of love for Rihanna, Drake had been extending his efforts years before. In 2016, the man congratulated her with a giant billboard so clearly, he gets extra for her, and the Barbadian singer would agree if her Instagram post about it would be considered.
But while her friendship with Drake is still nowhere to be found, she gushed on the interview with the man she's in a relationship with, though she didn't mention his name. Many speculate it is Hassan Jameel, a businessman she was caught locking lips with since last year.