Today, Drake took to social media to reveal who he believes to be his “twin flame.” He posted a clip of Chaney Crabb, a death metal vocalist from the group Entheos, on his Instagram story. Though the comparison could be perceived as shocking, Crabb later shared her appreciation for Drake’s repost. “This was not on my 2023 bingo card,” Crabb wrote on Twitter, “Shout out to Drake for spreading the good word and putting a bunch of people on to metal. So cool. Much love!”
Chaney Crabb, however, may not be Drake’s only “twin flame.” Yesterday, Drake hopped on social media again to show his support for a fellow artist. He wished Lilah Pi a happy birthday, writing, “More life to the gyal that’s impossible to duplicate.” He then went on to call her “my inspo my confidant my best mate my heart.” The Instagram story seemed to confirm his previously rumored romance with the singer, who he also appears to reference in his verse on J Hus’ track that was released yesterday. In the song, titled “Who Told You,” Drake calls Lilah Pi out by name, seemingly confessing his feelings for her.
Chaney Crabb Gives Drake A Shoutout
In other Drake news, earlier this week it was revealed that the Canadian rapper is nominated for seven BET awards this year. He has the most nominations of any 2023 nominee, which include Album Of The Year, Best Male R&B/Pop Artist, Best Male Hip Hop Artist, and more.
Drake is also gearing up for his upcoming tour alongside his collaborator, 21 Savage. In November of last year, the pair released their collaborative album, titled Her Loss. The It’s All A Blur tour is set to kick off at the end of this month in Memphis, and will wrap up in October. The summer 2023 north American tour features over 50 dates across the U.S. and Canada. The tour will make notable stops at Madison Square Garden, United Center, Capital One Arena, and more.