Rihanna isn't friends with Drake anymore

Rihanna isn't friends with Drake anymore

Rihanna isn't friends with Drake anymore

The two seemingly got back together after the awards night and, in a live performance of "Work" in a concert in Miami, Rihanna even gave Drake a kiss on the lips onstage. 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. But hey, don't worry, they're not enemies either. And guess what that is? "We don't have a friendship now, but we're not enemies either". That said, the "Diamonds" singer also explained they are not foes.

"She's someone I've been in love with since I was 22 years old", Drake confessed at the time. When I ask about the current state of their friendship, her attitude is sanguine.

These days she shares the same anxieties about her well-being as many young women her age: "OK, so now that I'm 30, are there things I'm supposed to do?"

He further added, "She's a living, breathing legend in our industry".

Roc Nation's Rihanna isn't chasing friendship goals with the 6 God anymore.

Rihanna admitted that waiting while Drake delivered his speech became one of the "most uncomfortable part".

Rihanna elaborated that she was not somebody who thrived on an excess of compliments and that too much praise and flattery was something that she did not like at all.

Rihanna winces slightly at the mention of the rapper's name before her eyes glaze over with cool indifference.

Rihanna has remained relatively low-key this year, eschewing music to focus on her other projects including her wildly successful makeup line, Fenty Beauty, and her lingerie line SavagexFenty that is set to drop on May 11th. In an interview with The New York Times, he even said that he was her "pawn", but later retracted the statement. Also, she's now dating Hassan Jameel.

In an interview with Vogue, she revealed that her ninth album will be a reggae album and will have influences from Supa Dups, a popular Jamaican producer.

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