- American rapper Drake dissed friend and billionaire Kylie Jenner in his new song during an Instagram Live session with Future
- The rapper referred to Kylie as a sidepiece and bragged about having 20 different Kylies in his life
- The celebrity was bragging about hot women he had been with in the past and people interpreted his verse as an admission of being involved with Kim Kardashian's sister
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For months, people have speculated popular US rapper Drake and 20-year-old self-made billionaire Kylie Jenner are an item.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the two celebrities were always reluctant to clear up the rumours and chose to let people believe whatever made them sleep at night.
In a new twist, the Toosie Slide singer was heard referring to Kylie as a side piece while detailing about the women he has hit and quit.
The musician who has collaborated with Future was teasing their new music on Instagram and part of the lyrics was filled with comments bragging of their conquests.
“Yeah I am a hater to society. Kylie Jenner? That is a side piece. I have 20 Kylies,” Drake rapped.
What was baffling was the song has been in the works for two years and the lyrics originally belonged to Future and not Drake.
In November, Drake and Kylie were spotted together and people immediately assumed they were an item. But it turned out the two were just friends.
What people did not understand was how they were cordial despite Drake being at loggerheads with the beauty’s brother-in-law Kanye West.
Rumour has it Kylie got back together with her baby daddy Travis Scott and the two have been living under one roof during quarantine.
Kylie even furthered the claims by posting TBT photos of herself and Travis locked in each other’s arms and kissing.
During Travis’s birthday, the tycoon did not forget to celebrate the father of her child.
And on Mother’s Day, Kylie received a flashy surprise from him as usual.
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