Drake — oh, please! No matter how bad your breakup with ex-girlfriend Rihanna was, flashing her picture in concert along with the sign of the devil is out of line!
Drake’s Concert Slam To Rihanna: Stop Dissing Her As The Devil
The message you’ve broadcast loud and clear is that you think that Rihanna is the devil — or is it that she’s bedeviling? So Drake, are you telling the world that Rihanna is in fact “bad girl RiRi” — an evil, heartbreaking woman? Or are you saying that Rihanna was just too hot for you to handle?After all, you crushed on her for years before finally winning her over and having a torrid romance earlier this year. You wanted Rihanna so badly that you even incited Chris Brown and his entourage into having a full-on fight at the W.i.P club in NYC in 2012. But like lots of men who finally win over the girl they’ve always wanted, we hear that you got cold feet about commitment once Rihanna eventually fell for you. You’re the one who suddenly decided that your career was far more important than your relationship with RiRi, sources have told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. That’s why it seems so ungentlemanly for you to take to the Toronto stage, throw up photos of three flaming sixes along with Rihanna’s picture, and then rap this: “Why am I the one you wanna get into it with for the drama? I’ve got a lot to say, and that’s the last thing a [man] wanna hear right now.”
Drake: Rihanna Is Unfazed By Your Drama
Now Drake, let’s talk about drama! I haven’t seen or heard Rihanna dissing you anywhere publicly! Nope, she’s carried on her life with her head held high, even if her heart was breaking inside. She kept waiting for you to come back to your senses, once she realized that you were pulling away. She thought that you’d see that she was a rose that needed to be nurtured in your relationship, according to a HollywoodLife.com insider. Well, instead of treating her like the beautiful flower that she is, you just dissed her on stage. There’s no need for that. As for Rihanna, she’s unfazed by your latest drama. “It’s real pathetic and flattering at the same time, she thinks,” a source close to RiRi tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “She’s a lot to handle and it’s clear to her that when men realize that they’re not man enough to hang with a real woman, they got to put her down or say she’s the devil … lame!” explains the source. Well Drake, Rihanna’s got that right. She may have bedeviled you with her strength and sensuality, but portraying her publicly as the devil only makes you look lame — not her. Do you agree, HollywoodLifers? Is it uncool for Drake to show Rihanna as the devil in concert? Let me know. — Bonnie Fuller [hl_twitter_followme username=”BonnieFuller” template=”bonnie-fuller” text=”Follow Bonnie!”]