With the release of Drake’s latest album, “For All the Dogs,” fans are buzzing about the potential shade thrown at Rihanna in the track “Fear of Heights.” While Drake doesn’t explicitly mention any names, the lyrics have raised eyebrows. Lines like “Why they make it sound like I’m still hung up on you?” and references to being “anti” have led some to speculate if he’s addressing his past with Rihanna.
In particular, the mention of “Anti,” Rihanna’s 2016 album, and comments about the quality of their past relationship have caught listeners’ attention. However, Rihanna’s loyal fanbase swiftly rallied to her defense, emphasizing her thriving career and personal life since their split.
Drake and Rihanna have a history that spans over a decade, marked by collaborations and rumored romance. Despite Drake’s public declarations of admiration for Rihanna in the past, their relationship has evolved, and Rihanna confirmed in 2018 that they were not enemies but no longer friends.
As for Rihanna, she hasn’t publicly addressed Drake’s new song. Meanwhile, Drake’s candid comments about his album suggest he’s unapologetically sharing his experiences, even if it stirs controversy.