We've all been there Drake, hun
Drake's just dropped his new album More Life and we're pretty sure he's out Draked himself in the Drakeism stakes.
What we mean is he's basically shoved a load of references about all the girls he's been screwed over by, and how nice guys don't really get anywhere and how he's like 258250982 times better than your ex. Oh and he's also re-discovered his alter-ego as the North Face sporting London roadman he debuted a couple of years ago, with a little help from his new BFF Giggs.
So what's new, eh? Never change pls, Drake hun.
One of the ladiez to feature quite heavily in two of the 22 new tracks (22. SO. MUCH. DRIZZY) is Drake's reported ex-flame Jennifer Lopez.
J-Lo and Drake were rumoured to have been dating at the beginning of the year, however J-Lo recently dismissed the romance claiming they had only grown close after working on music together.
The rejection was clearly a bitter blow for Drake who admitted to letting his emotions get the better of him and texting J-Lo in the first track of his new album.
In Free Smoke, he raps: "I drunk text J-LO / Old numbers so I bounce back / Boy Wonder gotta bounce back."
Ouch. Anyone else getting the vibe Jenny from the Block actually just BLOCKED him?
Fans had been expecting to her J-Lo feature more on the new album, particularly after the pair hinted her vocals would feature on the track Get It Together, after a video leaked of Drake and J-Lo dancing (grinding) to the track. However, the album version on More Life replaces Jennifer's vocals with Jorja Smith's?
Oo-errr, is petty Drake out to play?
Drake also references J-Lo in another track on the album as he samples the chorus of her hit If You Had My Love in Teenage Fever.
Maybe Drake could use this phone case that apparently stops people from sending drunk texts?
Or perhaps he should hold out for this new feature from Whatsapp?