Trouble in Paradise? Drake and Rihanna to Drop Diss Tracks for Each Other
There is some serious trouble in paradise!
Drake and Rihanna allegedly started hitting it off since July earlier this year have done possibly everything an adorable couple would do. Ranging from getting matching tattoos to partying together-- they were definitely living it! However, recent news seemed to point out that the rumored couple is preparing to diss each other.
Drake even took it upon himself to publicly announce how much he loves RiRi at the VMAs 2016 where he quoted "She's someone I've been in love with since I was 22 years old."
But of course, as always, like any other happy couple, the two ended their romance with a bittersweet breakup.
This is not the first time Drake and RiRi call it quits after a very short start as they have both been going in an on-and-off relationship since 2009.
Now, rumor has it that after the breakup, the two recording artists are preparing to blast each other in their upcoming tracks which will obviously oppose what Drake declared in his cute VMAs speech for his girl- "She's one of my best friends in the world." The diss songs might even end their golden friendship.
However, a report from E! Online seems to point out that the alleged diss tracks are not true even though the two are not together anymore.
"Rihanna and Drake are seeing other people at the moment. They are not exclusive anymore. They still love each other, but their schedules have gotten in the way."
But that does not mean they are calling it quits as the site's source adds "Anything can change between them, though, for better or worse. They are still in each other's lives."
Even if that is the real reason, Rihanna and Drake are clapping back at each other in the sassiest ways possible. Drake sought for India Love, whose ex-boyfriend Cliff Dixon once cheated on Rihanna. Ouch!
Rihanna went for the stinging remarks on her famous Instagram account around a month ago.
On the other hand, Drake's Summer Sixteen tour has just ended and Rihanna's Anti-World Tour's last show will be on the 27th of November, according to Wikipedia.