Rapper Drake leaves fans in a daze over his sexuality

With the buzz of Canadian rapper Drake’s latest song release, the Internet has been abuzz about his sexuality as a few lyrics hint otherwise.The lyrics have torn fans apart, who in the absence of clarity, are left wondering if Drake is straight or lesbian or if it is some reference to the LGBTQ movement. Hollywood actor Michael B. Jordan and a close friend of Drake have liked his post announcing the album. Offset reacted with a fire emojis, Until the matter straightens out, let us leave Girls Want Girls in CLB and allow Drake to unravel the mystery.

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Internet is abuzz about Canadian rapper Drake’s sexuality. Fueling this buzz is the release of his new album Certified Lover Boy aka CLB that packs 21 songs and was out on September 3. A song from CLB that has piqued this particular interest about his sexual orientation is Girls Want Girls, a song that the artist collaborated with Lil Baby.

What has caught the attention of his fans and critics alike is the lyrics in a line of this song. Drake raps this line: “Starin’ at your dress ’cause it’s see through/Yeah, talkin’ all the s–t that you done been through/Yeah, say that you a lesbian, girl, me too.”

Fans and music watchers are in particular going hyper over the words “say that you a lesbian, girl, me too” to get inside the rapper’s mind and understand his sexual orientation. Drake incidentally has not openly professed the same.

The line drew so many eyeballs and became an instant trend on the micro-blogging site Twitter. If some of his fans weighed in with jokes and memes, others expressed their disbelief. A follow-up to his fifth record Scorpion, none would have expected CLB to put the spotlight as firmly on Drake, but for these lines Incidentally, CLB dropped last week after several delays, primarily due to health concerns that Drake faced.

The lyrics have torn fans apart, who in the absence of clarity, are left wondering if Drake is straight or lesbian or if it is some reference to the LGBTQ movement. Hollywood actor Michael B. Jordan and a close friend of Drake have liked his post announcing the album. Offset reacted with a fire emojis, Until the matter straightens out, let us leave Girls Want Girls in CLB and allow Drake to unravel the mystery.

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