Feel free to send all your hospital bills to me, as I’d hate knowing I’m the reason you busted your back when you fell off your chair in disbelief at the thought of Jennifer Lopez faking a relationship for press.
Jennifer Lopez and Drake reportedly got together sometime in December after working on a music project together, and they’ve been dropping a lot of very obvious hints that they’re supposedly a thing now. They eventually drove into too much territory by being named Prom King and Queen. Well, their love might not be as real and true as it appears. Page Six has been speaking to some people about Drake and JLo, and according to insiders, they might be faking it for publicity.
Many industry people aren’t buying what Drake and JLo are hustling. Insiders believe that the cutesy-poo Winter Wonderland prom they went to was actually a video shoot for the song they recorded together. One source flat-out tells Page Six that, yeah, they’re faking it for sales.
“This relationship is fake, it is just a publicity stunt to publicize their record together. If Jennifer and Drake were really dating, they’d be way more private about it.”
The source added that they think it’s a little tacky for Drake to gush over his princess Rihanna at the MTV VMAs, then start cuddling on Jennifer Lopez only a few months later. Oh yes, I’m sure Rihanna once again got sad feelings when she heard that Drake spent New Years Eve with JLo. I bet RiRi was completely inconsolable during the 0.3 seconds in which her buzz temporarily wore off that night.
Other insiders think that if JLo is trying to romance anyone for real, it’s her soon-to-be divorced ex-husband Marc Anthony. But really, who even knows. Thankfully, JLo has many surprises up her body shimmer-stained sleeve, and I’m sure we’ll find out soon enough.
Of course there are some people who think Drake and JLo’s love is authentic. A source assured E! News that the relationship between Jennifer Lopez and Drake is 100% legit and definitely not a publicity stunt. Well, if that source says so, then it must be true. All of Page Six’s sources are just cold-hearted haters! I bet they’ll feel real stupid when Drake and JLo release a song titled This Thing (Is 100% Real) and a video in which Drake wins JLo a teddy bear at a carnival. That’ll show all those cynics.