Rihanna admits to dating drake
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*.
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.
She still made music with him though, as we all know. Their performance of it at the Grammys in February 2011 was... in 2011 that "Fireworks" is about Rihanna."At the time it hurt, but she didn't mean to. "I was hurt because I started to slowly realize what it was. That was the first girl with any fame that paid me any mind."They released "Take Care" the same year — a track where Drake talks about taking care of a woman who was mistreated by a man in the past.
she's someone I've been in love with since I was 22 years old, she's one of my best friends in the world," he said in the August 2016 speech. An anonymous source told the outlet they were seeing other people, saying, "They still love each other, but their schedules have gotten in the way.""They are still in each other's lives," the source noted.I was like, 'Wow, this feels terrible.'”He later backtracked a bit on that comment in an interview with MTV News, saying he was bitter about how things worked out with her because, as a result of his musical success, he wasn't used to feeling small."'I'm at one of the greatest places in my life," he said. I'm extremely confident, so it's very rare that anybody, let alone a woman that I like, makes me feel nervous or makes me feel small." Been there.