#HeartbreakDrake couldn’t keep his eyes off Jenny from the Block.
On Sunday (Dec. 11), the “Controlla” rapper stopped by Jennifer Lopez‘s All I Have concert residency in Las Vegas, and let’s just say Drizzy couldn’t get enough.
Following the star-studded event, which also saw appearances from Kevin Hartand and Kristin Chenoweth, Drake took to Instagram tryna’ bag the legendary Lopez for all the world to see. He posted a super smiley selfie of the two with the caption, “Lotta those” pointing to a heart eyes emoji.
Drizzy even got the chance to hold down Lo’s Diamond Encrusted Fitted. “Sure I’ll hold your diamond encrusted fitted while you catch this Vegas body #Jenny,” he wrote.
Sure I’ll hold your diamond encrusted fitted while you catch this Vegas body #Jenny
Yup, that about sums it up.
We all know this isn’t the first time Champagne Papi publicly screamed his love for a woman. His transparent admiration routine has become so predictable that I assume it must really work.
Matter of fact. I can hardly recall a record that he’s on without the mention of a female.
Women are the quinessteial topic to Drizzy’s life and to prove it, let’s take a trip down his flirtatious past. Here are some of famous women he’s mentioned in his music with pure intentions of getting it in.
1. Nicki Minaj
“I love Nicki Minaj, I told her I’d admit it, I hope one day we get married just to say we f**kin’ did it, And girl I’m f**kin’ serious, I’m with it if you with it ,Cause yo verses turn me on and your pants are mighty fitted”
2. Halle Berry
“I’m tryna give Halle Berry a baby and no one can stop me.”
“You cannot be here right next to me, don’t you see Riri right next to me?”
4. Serena Williams
“I swear I could beat Serena when she playing with her left”
5. Sarah Silverman
…and that one time Drake had a #WCE on comedian Sarah Silverman and holla’d at her via Instagram.
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