Drake’s private life hasn’t been very private currently.
It’s been the topic of hypothesis and social-media chatter since Pusha T claimed on “The Story of Adidon” that Drake was hiding a son he fathered with former porn star Sophie Brussaux.
Drake confessed about the little one on his “Scorpion” double album final month, however the 25-song set has fueled extra gossip about who the object of the rapper’s affection is on “In My Emotions.” The observe references a “Keke” or “Kiki” that has Drake, nicely, all up in his emotions: “Keke, do you’re keen on me?/Are you driving?/Say you’ll by no means ever depart from beside me/’Trigger I need ya/And I want ya/And I’m down for you all the time,” raps Drake on the tune.
The web has zeroed in on Keshia “KeKe” Chanté — a Canadian singer and TV character — as the potential “Keke” in query. The 2 reportedly dated again of their early teenagers once they have been rising up in Toronto.
Now, followers are hitting up Chanté with Instagram direct messages inquiring about their relationship. She’s been sharing screenshots of a few of the messages on Instagram Tales.
In the meantime, again in April earlier than “Scorpion” dropped, Chanté tweeted that “he put it in a tune so i do know it’s actual.”
However in the identical verse on “In My Emotions,” Drake switches the identify up, changing “Keke” with “KB” — so, may there be an extra lady he’s referencing?
Drake’s love life isn’t the solely buzz that’s been stirred up by “In My Emotions” — the observe has additionally spawned a viral dance problem.
Appears that Drake is successful, whoever the tune is about.