It seems like Drake has found himself a new Jamaican girlfriend.
The Canadian rapper has sent the rumor mill spinning after being spotted with his rumored new model girlfriend Malaika Terry.
The Canadian rapper recently snapped at Toronto’s Cafe Nervosa with 22-year-old model of Jamaican and Irish descent casually dressed in sneakers surrounded by several bodyguards.
Fans lined up to get a glimpse of the famous rapper and his gorgeous alleged new boo.
No word on how long Drake and Malaika have been (possibly) dating but she’s been using his lyrics as captions on her social media posts lately.
She has over 200K followers and is used to flossing her bikini-clad attributes before the camera.
Sources close to the “God’s Plan” rapper sais the “Take Care” rapper wants to settle down with Malaika, according to MTO.
“Drake likes a lot of women, but Malaika’s special,” a source told MTO News, “She met [Drake’s ] mom and everything. I can see him settling down with her.”
As a man who uses Jamaican culture in his music on the regular, it is unsurprising for Drake to fall for an island girl.
The 31-year-old rapper and his long list of women have been well-documented over the years.
He has been romantically linked to some of the hottest women in the game, including Jennifer Lopez, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna and a score of others.
While it was rumored that Drake was dating British singer Raye last month, it looks like the “You the Best” lyricist found something much closer to home.
Rihanna recently did an interview with Vogue magazine where she revealed that she and Drake are no longer friends, but they are not enemies either.
She also opened up about the night at the 2016 MTV VMAs when the rapper professed his love for her and then tried to kiss her saying that she felt uncomfortable being in that moment.
The Toronto rapper has a strong Jamaican contingent around him including one of his producers. Almost his entire Views album was made up of Dancehall music and over the past few years, he drew a lot of inspirations from Jamaican music and culture.