Yeah really, that just looked like Kim Kardashian.
Drake took Twitter crazy on Thursday after posting the cover art for his latest single, “Search & Rescue,” which apparently featured a picture of himself and the “Kardashians” star wearing matching motorcycle helmets.
However, TMZ confirmed on Friday that the mystery woman is actually an artist named Lilah, which bears a striking resemblance to the reality TV star.
While it seems unlikely that Kardashian would pose with her ex-husband Kanye West’s crazed nemesis, Drake sampled her voice in the song.
In fact, Drake savagely used a clip of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” talking about Kardashian’s divorce from West in the finale of the 2021 series.
“I didn’t come here to be happy. Remember that,” the 42-year-old reality star said in the audio recording.
Around the same time, West accused Drake of pretending to have an affair with his now ex-wife – which he denied.
“It’s like someone throwing a marble and hiding their hand,” West added to “Drink Champs” at the time.
Drake’s decision to reignite the feud came as a shock to many fans, given the fact that the duo looks set to bury the ax in November 2021.
At the time, West posted a photo with Drake in Toronto with music manager J. Prince. He added the “pigeon” emoji to the post to highlight the peace between them.
However, on Drizzy’s newest album “Her Loss,” the rapper concluded that the meeting meant nothing to him.
“By connecting opposites, bh, I did this for J. Prince,” he rapped “Circo Loco.”
Which West apparently replied in a deleted tweet last year.
“Enough, I’ve given this man his flowers over and over. Let’s see who he really is [our] real opponents in this music game. Imagine all the rappers on the same side and everyone clearing each other’s contracts. Kingdom time. Love Drake,” Ye wrote.
Meanwhile, Drake’s father, Dennis, tried to reassure fans that “it’s just a song” and that his son isn’t “trolling” West.