Drake has called out 'weirdos in my comments' for talking about Millie Bobby Brown in his latest song 'Another Late Night'.
The two are friends, with Brown saying that Drake gave her advice about relationships and was 'a great friend and a great role model'.
However, some people thought their friendship was a bit strange because of the age difference between the two stars.
Brown hit back at those claims in 2018 saying it was 'weird' for people to be so bothered about a 'lovely friendship'.
Now it looks like Drake has worked that same sentiment into his music as 'Another Late Night' contains a couple of mentions of the Stranger Things star.
The lyrics go: "My bank account is magnolia, Milly rockin', ayy, weirdos in my comments talkin' 'bout some Millie Bobby, look.
"Bring them jokes up to the gang, we get to really flockin', or send a finger to your mama in some FedEx boxes."
"Open up that s**t, it's jaw droppin', really shockin', ayy, I ain't pretty flacko, b***h, this s**t get really rocky, ayy."
Truly the poet of the modern age.
As for what the two of them are up to these days Millie Bobby Brown is getting married to Jake Bongiovi, the son of legendary rockstar Jon Bon Jovi.
Their engagement was announced earlier this year and fans had been speculating about their relationship getting more serious after spotting a ring on Brown's finger.
It means she won't need to call in the deal she made with fellow Stranger Things star Noah Schnapp that they'd marry each other if they were both still single at 40.
As for Stranger Things, the star of the show said she was finally ready to move on as there's only one season left to go before the hit Netflix series concludes.
Meanwhile, Drake continues to enjoy the money and fame that being an incredibly successful musician brings you.
He's got fans paying big bucks to see him perform and tearing down signs so they can see him on stage, so clearly he's still doing something right.
It was also recently revealed that he played saviour to TV show Top Boy, with the show being cancelled after two seasons on Channel 4 before interest surged after Drake praised it on Instagram.
Top Boy creator Ronan Bennet said: "It's thanks to Drake, primarily, that we're back."Featured Image Credit: Amy Sussman/Getty Images/Jun Sato/WireImage