If there was still any doubt that Rihanna and Drake are music hottest new couple, the Work songstress just silenced it. The 28-year-old pop star confirmed her reunion with Drizzy by planting a kiss on his lips on stage at a concert on Wednesday night (31 August).
After their lovefest at the at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, the hip-hop artists flew to Florida ahead of Drake's two-night concert stop of his Summer Sixteen tour. He surprised fans by bringing Rihanna out on stage
There was no denying the couple's chemistry and all eyes were on them as they performed their collaborative hits Work and Too Good at the AmericanAirlines Arena.
In the Instagram video making the rounds online the crowd can be heard going wild after she leans in for a smooch after dancing seductively around him. The closed eyes suggested that they may already share a level of intimacy and trust.
"I luv them together" one fan said with another adding "I''m here for this ❤❤❤❤❤❤."
On Sunday night (28 August) Drake made his feelings for the Grammy award-winning diva known as he presented her with the Michael Vanguard award: "We love the music, which could change styles from album to album."
He added: "We love the videos, which change their artistic vision from year to year. But most of all, we love the woman who hasn't changed since day one. She's someone I've been in love with since I was 22-years-old. She's one of my best friends in the world. All my adult life, I've looked up to her even though she's younger than me."
After the show he continued to gush about his lady Instagram. He captioned a picture of himself giving Rihanna a kiss on the cheek: "This is a night for us all to be thankful for what you have done for us! You have affected so many of our lives in the best way possible. Tonight we celebrate you!"
RiRi briefly dated the OVO star in 2009, following her very public split from Chris Brown. They were romantically linked again in 2014 when she supported him on his Would You Like A Tour? shows, and they enjoyed a string of romantic dates.