There’s been all kinds of speculation regarding Madonna's spur-of-the-moment make out session with Drake at Coachella last night (April 12) and now the truth has come out.
Earlier today rumors ran rampant that the “Recognize” hitmaker was disgusted by the way Madge aggressively kissed him, and from the photos of the incident it was clear that he made a less-than-excited facial expression immediately after the moment.
The handsome musician invited Madge to join him on stage for his song “Madonna,” and afterwards she sang parts of “Human Nature and “Hung Up” before strutting over to him and making out with him for a good 10 seconds.
Giving her fans a sweet treat for the weekend, Nicki Minaj just unveiled her music video for the controversial track “Only.” Last night (December 11) the “Super Bass” babe took to her social media accounts to let everyone know that the clip was on its way.
Nicki tweeted, “‘ONLY’ VIDEO DROPPIN TONIGHT!!!!! 3am EST on VEVO MIDNIGHT PST :).” An excited fan from Australia (where Minaj’s Pinkprint Album just dropped) wrote back, “@NICKIMINAJ OMFG THIS IS TOO MUCH THE PINKPRINT & ONLY VIDEO ALL IN ONE DAY. #TheCryingGame literally!!! Thank u so much!!!!”
On Monday (August 4) he featured a photo of his ex-girlfriend Rihanna along with the number 666 and a flamed background during his concert in Toronto, but Drake insists he wasn’t making a statement about the “Umbrella” babe.
In a new Twitter message, Drizzy explained that he doesn’t think Ri-Ri is evil and has nothing but happy thoughts for her.
They shared a snapshot last week, letting fans know that the battle between them was long gone. Later in the week, Drake and Chris Brown continued to squash their beef by appearing in an ESPYs skit together.
It looks like the singers’ reconciliation stemmed from pals telling them to solve their issues responsibly. Producer Mally Mall told TMZ that he and a few other convinced Drake and Chris to sit down and hash things out in the studio.
It's his first time hosting the 2014 ESPY Awards and Drake sure has some big shoes to follow. With previous emcees including Jon Hamm and Seth Meyers, the Canadian rapper had a lot of hype to live up to and so far, he's doing a marvelous job.
During his opening monologue, Drake poked fun at everyone from LeBron James to Donald Sterling - two prominent figures in the world of sports news in the past few months.