Drake is being accused of breaking up singer Naomi Sharon's eight-year relationship and engagement to her now-ex-fiancé, fellow musician Jamie Sun.
Jamie says a "world star" flew them both out for Naomi to work on what we believe was Drake's record, but it was during alone time that the "Light" singer says his "trust" was broken, alluding to things having gone from work to play between the two. Naomi was also reportedly spotted in the gym with the rapper, prompting Jamie to post the following to his newly private Instagram account:
"Imagine having the most beautiful, supportive, and faithful relationship 8 years long with an engagement and wedding planned. A beautiful woman on your side as ride or die. Than [sic] this major opportunity comes and a world star calls your fiancé [sic] to sign a record deal. Flies you both over and than [sic] out of nowhere all the trust is vanished with knifes in your back and in your heart. Imagine."
On April 21, Sun said he and Sharon had broken up.
"I am no longer with the person people think I am together with," he wrote on Instagram. "I am no longer with the 8 years I thought I was together with. I am no longer with the engagement I thought I was together with. I am no longer with broken trust I was brought together with. I am no longer with the pain I thought I was together with."
"I am now with the acceptance I want to be together with," he went on. "I am now with the healing I want to be together with. I am now with the most beautiful and powerful light the stars brought me together with. I am now with the conspiring of the greatest things the universe want me to be together with."
One day later, Naomi posted a video of her sampling Johnny Hammond Smith, singing, "Wishing you all the best, after I have confessed. I'm still missing you, but there is no way back. Probably for the best 'cause you deserve to rest. Wishing you all the all the, all best, wishing you all the, all the best. Go for what your heart seeks. Find peace in the company. May she give you what you need. I'll let go of what we did. Break free of what you miss. You have so much more to give. Go on and take your place. You deserve the happiness."
News has started to spread from Reddit to mainstream media over the last day or two, prompting us to peep Drake's social media accounts for any clues as to what he may be feeling about the whole situation.
"Without Remorse" reads his latest post, which was posted Sunday afternoon. The black-and-white photo series appears to have been taken by none other than Theo Skudra. It's important to note that the caption could very well be an ode to pal Michael B Jordan, who's featured in the series of photos and who stars in the newly released Amazon film, Tom Clancy's Without Remorse.
Reps for Drake had "no comment" when contacted by RadarOnline.com. We're awaiting a response from Naomi.