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Black Twitter is abuzz after rapper Drake dropped a bombshell that he dated singer SZA.

Drake made the confession in a verse on rapper 21 Savage's new song, "Mr. Right Now."

"Yeah, said she wanna f–k to some SZA, wait / Cause I used to date SZA back in '08 / If you cool with it, baby, she can still play."

Drake, 33, also revealed he once dated Caucasian actress Drew Barrymore over 10 years ago.

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After the song dropped on Friday, October 2, Black Twitter noticed that SZA appeared to unfollow Drake on Instagram.

"Now why'd drake have to bring sza's good name out like that," one social media user tweeted on Friday. The user adding "HES LYING YOUR HONOR" in a separate post.

For years, Drake fans assumed he was ghey because of his effeminate ways and Emo lyrics.

The Canadian rapper shocked fans when he impregnated an adult film star, Sophie Brussaux, and she bore him a son named Adonis, now 3.

Question: Are you surprised that Drake dated a Black woman?
 

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Singer/songwriter SZA is very unhappy with the way her latest Rolling Stone magazine cover story turned out.

The singer appears on "The Takeover" issue of Rolling Stone alongside rapper Megan Thee Stallion and singer Normani. But on Twitter, SZA suggested the cover didn't reflect her high morals.

"Not doing any videos Interviews or photos for the rest of my life lol don't ask," she tweeted angrily on Thursday.

Fans speculated that the sexualized Rolling Stone cover, with its dominatrix overtones, led to her tweet.

SZA added: "S/o Normani and meg tho . My sisters who I love very much and respect deeply . Honored to be apart of ANYTHING w the two of those BLACK QUEENS."

In response to a fan who replied with a picture of the cover, SZA wrote: "If u care about me delete this."

The cover was shot by photographer Campbell Addy.

Rihanna dressed like one of the Pope's mistresses at the 2018 Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Gala on Monday night in New York City. The theme for the evening is Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & The Catholic Imagination. Get it? Heavenly Bodies... the Pope.

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