Remember when Drake and Jennifer Lopez were rumoured to be a thing? They were famously cagey about whatever did or didn't go down, but now Drake's spoken out about his possible former fling - opening up to the world in the form of rap. Better than interpretive dance, we s'pose.
The singer surprise-dropped two brand new songs this weekend - 'God's Plan' and 'Diplomatic Immunity' - but after a little closer inspection of the lyrics, fans noticed Drake could have been revealing more than just new material.
On 'Diplomatic Immunity', Drake seems to reference his mythical relationship with Lopez, singing: "2010 was when I lost my halo/2017, I lost a J Lo."
The rumours fired up in 2016, when Lopez and Drake were photographed a few times looking pretty close.
The two never officially commented about what was going on, but that didn't stop tongues wagging.
In one photo posted to both of their Instagram profiles, the two were lying on a sofa, J Lo cuddling up into Drake's arms. There was no caption, but the snuggly pose kind of said it all.
Lopez also put out a bit of an Insta-teaser, posting a photo of her and Drake backstage at a show on her All I Have tour with the caption 'Look who rolled up to my show tonight to say hi!!"
She also added the hashtag '#lovehim'.
Drake shared the same picture, captioned with an emoji - the one with love hearts for eyes - and 'Lotta those', referring to the gooey, loved-up face.
That's a whole lotta love going around for two people not admitting they're dating.
It wasn't until March 2017 that we were given a bit more of a definitive answer. Lopez told Trevor Noah on The Daily Show: "Let me clear this up. I am not with Drake. Maybe that's all I need to say."
However, that's not to say she wasn't 'with' Drake at some point.
Jennifer Lopez - who has twin kids Emme and Max with ex-husband Marc Anthony - is now apparently with former New York Yankees baseball player Alex Rodriguez, having made their red carpet debut at the Met Gala last year.
Recently, the couple also had a family night out to watch the Lakers play the Charlotte Hornets, where they were joined by J Lo's kids and Rodriguez's two daughters, 13-year-old Natasha and 9-year-old Ella.