Off the new ‘More Life’ playlist, the rapper confesses to drunk texting ex-fling Jennifer Lopez in the middle of the night in his song ‘Free Smoke.’
As we all know, Drake dropped a way-too-long "playlist" entitled More Life last week. It immediately starts off with shady J. Lo beef, on the first track "Free Smoke," "I drunk text J. Lo, old number so it bounce back," he admits. Looks like J. Lo dumped Drake and changed her number shortly after.
Drake also sampled Lopez’s classic chart-topper If You Had My Love for the chorus of Teenage Fever, which includes the lyrics: "Your heart is hard to carry after dark / You’re to blame for what we could have been / Cause look at what we are."
J-Lo previously remained coy on the Drake romance rumours, insisting that it was just business between them.
"He's on tour right now", she said. "We did a song together if that's what you're asking... He sent me a song that he wanted me to be on and then I... got on the song. So we have a song together. I don't know what he's going to do with it."
Back in December, photos of Drake and J.Lo getting cozy surfaced, and thus "DraLo" was born. After that, they were seen dancing close, and they even brought in the New Year together. However, with Drake and J. Lo publicizing their fake relationship so much, we were sure there'd be a collaboration on the playlist, but sadly, there is not. US Weekly said, "Shortly after going public with their romance last December, the former couple teased an unreleased collaboration while dancing at a winter wonderland-themed 'prom' in Los Angeles. The song, titled 'Get It Together,' did make it onto More Life, but Lopez's vocals were replaced with those of the up-and-coming British singer Jorja Smith."
Lopez has since rebounded with retired baseball star Alex Rodriguez. In the days following E! News' confirmation about J. Lo and A-Rod officially dating, they've enjoyed a private getaway to the Bahamas and most recently spent time in Miami with Rodriguez's sister.
"Jennifer and Alex are heating up big time," a source told E! News last week. "They went from zero to 100 really quick."