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Drake And Rihanna Have Apparently Gone And Got A Matching Tattoo

Drake And Rihanna Have Apparently Gone And Got A Matching Tattoo

R&B megastars Drake and Rihanna are yet to confirm their 'romance', but if I know romance confirmations - and I do - they don't come bigger and better than matching tattoos.

The news comes just days after Rihanna showed off her camouflage shark tat on her ankle. Now, Drake's got what looks like the exact same tattoo on his right forearm at a New Orleans gig.

The two singers are now thought to be an all-but-confirmed couple after their VMA appearance, during which Drake praised Rihanna, going on to say he'd been in love with her since he was 22.

Camo shark for my dear friend @badgalriri Also... I just found out you can zoom on IG- enjoy :)
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A completely fabricated source told theLADbible: 'Drake and Rihanna's tattoos were no coincidence, I can tell you that.

'They actually got them during a massive bender in Zante'.

The source, who prefers to remain anonymous because they don't exist in any way or form, explained that the tattooist was 'over the moon' to see the two stumbling into his shop at 4am in the morning.

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She said: 'Tattooists in these type of places aren't exactly known for steering clear of inking drunk people. In fact, they revel in it. So when he saw the shark design the couple had in mind, he was literally wiping drool from his mouth.

'Drake is not too happy with his, but Rihanna loves hers. She can't stop taking photos of it.

'Drake told her the only reason she's okay with her own is because it's on her foot, so she can cover it up.'


These celebrities are so crazy!

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Topics: Drake, Rihanna

Josh Teal

Josh Teal is a journalist at LADbible. He has contributed to the 'Knowing Me, Knowing EU' and 'UOKM8?' campaigns interviewing everyone from student drug dealers to climate change activists.