Lizzo Reveals The Truth Behind Controversial Drake Lines In Latest Music Video ‘Rumors’ Featuring Cardi B

Lizzo dropped “Rumors” Friday and it has effectively created a significant ruckus. The initial section of her melody specifies Drake in a not really PG-13 way and presently she has at last chosen to uncover the reality behind those verses.

The 33-year-old vocalist as of late showed up on “Apple Music” with Zane Lowe to advance her new track. During the guesting, Zane tested the vocalist about the said line in the tune that goes, “Readin’ sh-t on the web/My smoothie purge and my eating routine/No, I ain’t f-ck Drake — yet.”

Melissa Viviane Jefferson, referred to as Lizzo, is an American vocalist, rapper, lyricist, and flute player. Brought into the world in Detroit, Michigan, she later moved to Houston, Texas, where she started performing, before moving to Minneapolis, where she started her recording vocation in hip bounce music

“You know what I haven’t shown at this point, f-king Drake,” the vocalist replied.

Zane then, at that point flippantly said there are likely plenty of others attempting to show the same thing, to which the “Great as Hell” artist right away reacted that she’s “not in the line.”

Lizzo proceeded to clarify, “I just idea it would be so entertaining to say. I have a little relationship with him. He’s actually cool. I simply feel like ladies, there are so often where young ladies’ names get dropped in melodies ’cause they’re fine.”

The artist further said she had composed the lines to flip the tables on the male craftsmen who might continually shoot their shots through music.

Only hours after “Bits of hearsay” was delivered, Lizzo conveyed a tweet to the “Kiki” rapper, which read, “Hello large head @Drake.”

However Drake is yet to react to the tweet and the melody, it is fascinating to check whether he can stay aware of her like Chris Evans.

Back in April, Lizzo transferred a TikTok video where she told the world she had slid into the “Skipper America” star’s DM. “Try not to drink and DM, kids…. for legitimate porpoises this is a joke,” she said in the clasp.

Things settled the score really intriguing when Evans reacted to her, stating, “No disgrace in an alcoholic DM.”

“God realizes I’ve done more regrettable on this application haha,” the entertainer added.

It clearly didn’t stop there, as she shared another TikTok recently, in which she professed to be pregnant with Evans’ youngster.

Indeed, the entertainer gamely answered to her and communicated euphoria over the news. “Hey! Just caught wind of our little dear baby,” he said. “My mom will be so glad haha.”

Evans even added that he needed no “gender reveal parties.”

Lizzo achieved standard accomplishment with the arrival of her third studio collection, Cuz I Love You (2019), which crested inside the main five of the US Billboard 200. The collection brought forth the singles “Juice” and “Beat”. The grand adaptation of the collection incorporated Lizzo’s 2017 single “Truth Hurts”, which turned into a viral sleeper hit, besting the US Billboard Hot 100 two years after its underlying delivery, likewise denoting the longest-driving independent tune by a female rapper. Around this time, her 2016 single “Great as Hell” likewise climbed the outlines, arriving at the main three on the Hot 100 and top ten of the UK Singles Chart.

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