Drake's emotions go up in flames when he calls RiRi the devil
It's no secret that Drake and Rihanna used to have some serious passion between them, but it looks as though the rapper has changed his mind about RiRi.
Clearly, there are some unresolved feelings on the "Hold On, We're Going Home" hit-maker's part, and for whatever reason, he appears to think that Rihanna's the devil.
According to E! News, during his recent performance for the OVO Fest in Toronto, Canada, on Monday, the rapper performed his latest single, "Days in The East," and flashed fiery images of the Barbadian beauty in the background, along with the number six (this happened three times, making the numbers 666), thus implying she's the devil. Um, what?
The new single is said to be inspired by his ex-girlfriend, Rihanna, and according to Hollywood Life, the lyrics to the song read, "Why you keep askin' me about her? She's not here right now, she's not here right now. Why am I the one you wanna get into it with for the drama? I've got a lot to say, and that's the last thing a n**** wanna hear right now..."
So, what does Rihanna think about this latest dis? She appears to be unconcerned and is yet to comment on the situation. But, according to Hollywood Life, a source close to the "We Found Love" singer has revealed just what she thinks about the situation.
"It's pathetic," the source told the publication. "A real man would just come out and be like 'I don't like you.'
"Not this indirect type of bulls***. It's real pathetic and flattering at the same time, though," the source added.