Drake and Jennifer Lopez made headlines around the world when he posted photos of them cosying up on Instagram late past year, and now the rapper has admitted that he drunk texted the popstar.
Except the woman he drunk texts happens to be his incredibly famous ex - who apparently changed her number!
"And, you know, at first, I was like, 'Like, we're good, like, with the kids and everything, but if we start working together..."
On the opening track, "Free Smoke", Drizzy drops the line, "I drunk text J-Lo / Old number, so it bounce back", which kinda speaks for itself to be honest.
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And that's not the only Lopez connection to More Life - Drake, 30, also samples her debut single, If You Had My Love, on Teenage Fever, again with another female artist singing the chorus to the 1999 hit.
One of Jennifer Lopez's daughter Emme Maribel's big talents definitely comes from her family - but not in the way one might expect. "'I've got so much love for that boy", she gushed at the Grammys.
If you hadn't heard, Drake has released a brand new project called "More Life" and right now the entire planet seems infatuated with it. And I got on the song", she said, adding, "Yeah, we have a song together. I'm always going to be there for him; he's always going to be there for me. Us reports that British singer Jorja Smith's vocals replaced Jennifer's on the track. "They went from zero to 100 really quick".
With J.Lo returning to her residency in Las Vegas and Drake on tour in Europe, finding time to see one another had reportedly been tough.