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20 June 2012, 13:05
The 'Take Care' rapper's new song has been reported as including a diss about the 'We Found Love' star.
Drake has unveiled a new music video for his collaboration with 2 Chainz that is reported to include a reference to Rihanna.
The video for 2 Chainz's current single 'No Lie' emerged yesterday (19th June), and one of Drake's verses is being reported as possibly referring to the 'We Found Love' star.
"Aww that look like what's her name, chances are it's whats her name," Drake raps in the verse in question. "Chances are if she was actin up then I f****d her once and never f****d again.
"She could have a Grammy, I still treat her ass like a nominee. Just need to know what that p***y like so one time is fine with me."
The 'No Lie' verse refers to a female Grammy winner, with Rihanna already having five of the awards to her name, and also seems to refer to Rihanna and Drake's 2011 collaboration 'What's My Name?'
View a picture of Drake performing in concert in the UK below:
The release of the 'No Lie' music video comes just several days after a reported altercation between Drake and Rihanna's ex-boyfriend Chris Brown in a New York City nightclub, which the NYPD are currently investigating.
'No Lie' serves as the lead single from 2 Chainz' upcoming new album 'Based On A T.R.U. Story', while Drake recently wrapped his US 'Club Paradise' tour which saw 2 Chainz supporting the 'Take Care' rapper on the road.
Rihanna is currently in London after arriving back in the UK this week following a stay in New York City.
Check out the music video for 2 Chainz and Drake's new song 'No Lie' below (warning: explicit language):