Rihanna and Drake: Love hate romance finally over with mystery girl from India in Rapper's life?

The romantic couple has finally decided to part their ways while Drake finds new love.

Rihanna and Drake
The couple has called it quits after sharing a romantic relationship Pinterest

Rihanna and Drake's romantic relationship has always made the headlines but this time it's their breakup that seems to be grabbing all the eyeballs. The couple had a great connection but after a few months of their togetherness they have decided to call it quits.

Rihanna and Drake's great romantic relationship has been gaining a major fan following and popularity for past few months, especially after Drake publicly confessed his love for Rihanna at the 2016 MTV VMAs in August. They were seen hanging out together and marking their presence in the parties and various award ceremonies holding hands and posing for pictures. Not only that, they also sang and performed together with chart topping songs like 'Work', 'Take Care', 'Whats My Name' and 'Too good'. Their high flying romance even got them to get the same shark tattoo.

But according to the inside sources of HollywoodLife.com, Rihanna still loves the rapper and finds it difficult to get over with him. The website reported that 'She Hates That She Still Loves Him' after he broke her heart. The news of Drake and Rihanna's split has been making the turns for quite some time for Drake was said to be hurting the sentiments of the Barbadian singer and songwriter.

As reported by the E! News, "Rihanna and Drake are seeing other people at the moment. They are not exclusive anymore. They still love each other, but their schedules have gotten in the way."

The source also told E!News that Drake is involved with some India Love and is dating a girl from India. With reports of 'Only Girl' singer still in love with her past love and Drake getting involved with his new India love interest, the couple by now has given no comments on their love affair and separation.

This article was first published on December 12, 2016