Drake Fans Are Convinced They Know Which Girl ‘Jaded’ Is Really About

3 July 2018, 10:51 | Updated: 24 August 2018, 15:38

Drake on Instagram. (@champagnepapi/Instagram)
Drake on Instagram. (@champagnepapi/Instagram). Picture: Instagram

"Drake in those feels."

Drake dropped number of bombshells on his new album 'Scorpion' - he confirmed he has a son, spilled details of his relationship with the child's mother, and, as expected, got in his feelings.

The Canadian rapper opens up about his recent romantic experiences on the album, and fans think they've sussed the inspiration for his mellow new song 'Jaded'.

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"You wanna hit me up when you make it, you'll try and come back when you famous," he croons. "Told me about all your insecurities, for what? Dragged me like two hours to your family's house, for what?"

Later in the song, he mentions that the love interest in question isn't giving anything away in her recent snaps, before bringing up an age gap. "How you even managin' to keep straight faces, in all the pictures that I seen lately,"

"We coulda waited, I wasn't rushin', difference in ages, you're old enough, but you're still a baby." After dropping the cryptic clues, listeners are convinced the song is about British singer Jorja Smith.

Some fans are even convinced that Drake got a tattoo in honour of Smith. In the song 'March 14', Drizzy says that he has the number '11' inked on him, which is now in honour of his son, following his birth on October 11th.

Jorja's birthday is on June 11th, so could this have been the original meaning behind the tattoo?

Jorja and Drake were rumoured to have been dating at the beginning of 2017. Around that time, Jorja featured on Drake's playlist project 'More Life' on the track 'Get It Together', allegedly replacing Jennifer Lopez.

The OVO hitmaker is yet to respond to the speculation. It was recently reported that his new song 'Finesse' is about rumoured former flame Bella Hadid, a claim she later denied.

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