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Drake admits to drunk texting J-Lo on new track

Digital Spy logo Digital Spy 20/03/2017 Sarah James
Drake admits to drunk texting Jennifer Lopez in new track 'Free Smoke' © @jlo / Instagram Drake admits to drunk texting Jennifer Lopez in new track 'Free Smoke'

It's nice to know that celebrities can be just like us... and by that, we mean waking up to the crippling, slightly hazy memory of texting an ex we really shouldn't have.

So Drake revealing that he did just that is not only amazing, but the fact that he did it to none other than Jennifer Lopez puts all our drunken shame into perspective.

On his newly released project More Life, Drake reveals his loose fingers in the first track 'Free Smoke', rapping: "I drunk text J-Lo/ Old number, so it bounce back."

Drennifer were rumoured to be a couple toward the end of last year, after Drake was spotted holding Jennifer's diamond encrusted snapback at one of her concerts in her residency in Vegas. Nothing says doting boyfriend more than looking after a pink bejewelled hat, after all.

The couple then posted a couple of cuddly pictures on Instagram on both of their accounts, the 21st-century equivalent of going steady, and we all became pretty sure that love was in the air – but the two then split, blaming their schedules.


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Not content with just name-checking J-Lo, though, Drake also sampled one of her classics, 'If You Had My Love' in 'Teenage Fever'. While the two were still together, we might have expected a Rihanna-style duet to appear on the album, but now they're done, we guess this will have to do.

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