Canadian rapper Drake has been spotted in Rihanna’s homeland of Barbados to record a music video. Drake arrived on July 11 on his private jet which was the first day Barbados opened its airport to international visitors after a long lockdown due to the pandemic.
Everyone on his team tested negative for COVID-19 before heading to Barbados.
Drake’s son, Adonis Graham, stayed behind with his mom Sophie Brussaux in Toronto but they don’t live with the star.
Drake visited Rihanna’s childhood home where the road has been renamed Rihanna Drive. A source said: “Drake became friends with both of Rihanna’s brothers, Rorrey Fenty and Rajad Fenty, through Rihanna and they’re still cool with him. They’re actually both really big fans of his and would love to see their sister settled down with him. They all still make jokes about him being their brother-in-law someday.”
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