Just call her Love Doctor Kim! Kim Kardashian has been giving her gal pal Serena Williams’ some good old-fashioned advice on how to pursue her new love interest, Drake, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned. We have to say, her advice is genius! Find out all the details.
Who better to give love advice than Kim Kardashian, 34? Though Serena Williams, 33, is in the midst of the US Open, the tennis champ has been having some girl time with Kim to chat about, what else — boys! Kim has been giving giving Serena advice on how to win over Drake’s, 28, heart, just like she did with Kanye West, 38! HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE scoop.
“Kim and Serena have known each other for a while and they decided to reconnect while in NYC. Kim has gotten to know Drake well through Kanye. She knows what a player he is and has a good idea of what it will take to win his heart. Kim also has a pretty good idea on how to snag a huge rap star since she did it herself. Kim did it by playing hard to get.” an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Drake has had a long-time crush on Serena, but Kim is telling her pal that she should play it cool. “Kanye and Drake are used to women throwing themselves at them,” our insider continues. “The best way to get them to chase you is to reject them and play hard to get at first. If Drake is serious, he will make Serena a priority. If he doesn’t, he’s not worth Serena’s time.” This advice is golden! Serena’s friends are worried that she will get hurt by the “Charged Up” rapper, but if Serena sticks to Kim’s advice, she will be able to tell if Drake is really serious about her — however, it seems like he really is!
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Serena and Kim are totally are new favorite BFFs. The powerful ladies grabbed tea together at Carbone in New York City on Sept. 7, the day before Serena went head to head with her sister Venus Williams, 35, in the US Open.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you agree with Kim’s love advice? Let us know!
— Julianne Ishler, Reporting by Tim Plant