Drake has been accused of breaking up an eight-year relationship and engagement following a recording session that allegedly turned steamy, but who even is the woman at the center of Drizzy's alleged home-wrecking scandal?
From what we've gathered about Naomi Sharon, she is a 26-year-old Dutch and Caribbean singer-songwriter with a folksy, R&B, jazzy sound. She was born in Rotterdam, Netherlands, on March 4, 1995, where she appears to currently reside.
After dropping out of theatre school in her third year, Naomi landed roles in stage plays performing in Dreamgirls and later in The Lion King, in which she played one of the hyenas, Shenzi.
However, Naomi was raised in a music-oriented household, which inspired her to chase her true passion.
She released her debut single, The Moon, on April 18, 2019, she dropped her second track, Breeze, that same year, and she's currently promoting her latest song, 1991, which debuted in 2020.
But according to who claims to be Naomi's ex-boyfriend and now-ex-fiancé – fellow musician Jamie Sun – his world was turned upside down when Naomi was handed a "major opportunity" after "a world star" (who Reddit has determined is Drake) called her "to sign a record deal."
Jamie says this "world star" flew them both out for Naomi to work on what internet sleuths believe was Drake's upcoming album, Certified Lover Boy. But it was during alone time that Jamie 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, he revealed his relationship with Naomi had ended.
"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."
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."
While reps for Drizzy told Radar the rapper had "no comment" on the matter, it would appear Naomi doesn't either. The singer has turned off the ability to read/leave comments on all 76 of her Instagram posts. She has also not responded to Radar's request for comment.
As for Drake, we've peeped his 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 shared Sunday afternoon, just as news of the allegations began to make its way from Reddit to mainstream media sites. The black-and-white photo series appears to have been taken by none other than Drizzy's favorite photographer, Theo Skudra, who recently photographed Naomi in the studio.
It's important to note that the rapper's 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.