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Rihanna and Drake are totally a couple. This fact has finally been established.

Because, according to photographic evidence, they hold hands in public now.

Drake covered Rihanna in concert this week in Brussels, as we previously reported, but the cute quasi-PDA came at a different tour location in England.

Drizzy had performed and thrown an after-party at Club Entourage in Manchester when a photographer got the first real romantic shot of the duo.

They went to a bowling alley after that and stayed until 4 a.m. They rented out the entire joint and when it came time to leave town, they held hands at the airport.

Sorry, Chris Brown. It looks like your girl is officially off the market.

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Drake paid tribute to Rihanna, with whom he is in a relationship (the specifics of which remain rather unclear) last night during his concert in Belgium.

The rapper covered the pop star's hit "Stay" in front of a sold-out crowd shortly after singing his song "Too Much." Watch the audience go wild below:

Clearly, she is his dog for life ... whatever that means, he digs her. Ever the Renaissance Man, he attempted to sing in French and German as well.

Drake and Rihanna have been spending an increasing amount of time together in Europe while he is touring. She joined him on stage last month.

The "Take Care" singers were spotted out on a dinner date in Amsterdam late last week and then seen out and about in London over the weekend.

The twosome was also seen getting cozy in Paris, France.

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Chris Brown is reportedly all good with Drake getting it on with Rihanna again, despite their tumultuous past and the fact that Chris Brown is Chris Brown.

The singer, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and PTSD in rehab, is said to be perfectly fine with the duo rekindling their romance, as they've done.

Brown, 24, does have a lot of other things to worry about these days, specifically his mental health issues, myriad legal woes and career comeback.

Rihanna and Drake dated once before after Chris beat her senseless and ended their relationship the first time, and that caused a great deal of tension.

Their entourages erupted into an all-out melee at WIP nightclub in NYC in 2012, with words and bottles flying and numerous people injured as a result.

Chris and Rihanna infamously got back together in 2013 and went public with their romance, but it fizzled out once again and now she's back with Drizzy.

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Amanda Bynes is getting her life together in a major way, and there is perhaps no greater indicator of this turnaround than her increasing self awareness.

According to TMZ, the 27-year-old recovering star is now remorseful about things she did and said when Bynes was at her worst, from 2012 to mid-2013.

Case in point? When she said "I want Drake to murder my vagina."

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  • Drake at the Grammys

As she slowly but surely treats her severe mental illness and becomes her old self again, sources close to Amanda Bynes say her past antics mortify her.

That Drake comment in particular "horrifies her" and this is a good thing, as it she knows the difference between right and wrong, and knows what's inappropriate.

Incredibly, for the actress, this wasn't a given for a long, long time.

Bynes has also stopped smoking weed, is having a number of inappropriate tattoos removed, and is being kind and friendly to those she interacts with.

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Rihanna and Drake may be downplaying the seriousness of their relationship ... but the evidence is piling up that the two stars are definitely in a relationship.

They've been spending time together in the ultra-romantic City of Lights this week, both on and off stage, fueling rumors that their romance is alive and well.

The 26-year-old "Diamonds" singer not only attended the 27-year-old "Started from the Bottom" rapper's concert in Paris, she joined him for a duet! Watch:

The pair got extremely close at one point, making the crowd go wild with their grinding on stage, if only for a brief moment in time. What a tease.

After, Rihanna and Drake were seen meeting up at Club 77.

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Lost in the hullabaloo over the Rolling Stone cover that went to the late Philip Seymour Hoffman is this critical revelation from the cover story that wasn't:

Drake and Rihanna are just friends.

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The "Hold On, We're Going Home" rapper, who made headlines this week for griping about Rolling Stone giving Hoffman the cover, said as much.

To hear him tell it, the once-romantic relationship of Drake and Rihanna is now strictly platonic, even though he calls the singer "the ultimate fantasy."

"I mean, I think about it. Like, 'Man that would be good.' We have fun together. She's cool as s--t. But we're just friends," he says. "That's my dog for life!"

Well, that sounds ... nice at least?

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Drake wants to clear the air regarding his previously-expressed frustration with Rolling Stone for putting Philip Seymour Hoffman on its latest cover.

The "Hold On, We're Going Home" crooner vented this week when the magazine allegedly replaced what was to be his cover story with the late actor.

Drake was "disgusted" with Rolling Stone for not telling him this or giving him the option of a future cover, and for running off-the-record quotes about Kanye.

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  • Philip Seymour Hoffman on the Street

Rolling Stone responded that they told him this was plan days ago, which Drake disputes. But for bringing Hoffman into this beef, he is nothing but contrite:

"I completely support and agree with Rolling Stone replacing me on the cover with the legendary Philip Seymour Hoffman," Drake wrote in a blog post.

"He is one of the most incredible actors of our time and a man that deserves to be immortalized by this publication. My frustration stemmed from the way it was executed."

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Rolling Stone is firing back at Drake for his complaints about being dropped from the cover, saying he was told in advance that the switch was happening.

Drake ripped Rolling Stone earlier today, claiming that he was unceremoniously replaced by the late Philip Seymour Hoffman on the front of the new issue.

The rapper made it clear he wasn't throwing shade on PSH, but sources close to Drizzy say "he only did the interview to be on the cover," and feels "tricked."

He called the press "evil" in a Tweet earlier today.

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  • Rolling Stone Philip Seymour Hoffman

Drake was interviewed on January 28, and the photo shoot with the magazine was also completed before Philip Seymour Hoffman died on February 2.

A rep for Rolling Stone says this happens all the time if musicians and actors pass away, with other recent examples being Lou Reed and Whitney Houston.

Regardless, the publication insists his camp was informed last Friday that he wouldn't be on the cover when the issue was released this Wednesday.

Drake, who also denies speaking on the record to Rolling Stone about Kanye West's Yeezus, has deleted his tweets about both the cover and Hoffman.

As for calling Macklemore wack as f--k for apologizing to Kendrick Lamar for winning Best Rap Album, then sharing a screen shot of the text ... no retraction.

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Drake is calling the press "evil" after Rolling Stone magazine decided to run a cover featuring Philip Seymour Hoffman

And the reason Drizzy is in a tizzy is because they scrapped his cover for one focusing on the late actor. 

The rapper tweeted that he was "disgusted" with the publication after they "took my cover from me last minute and ran the issue."

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But Drake doesn't mean any disrespect...

"RIP to Phillip Seymour Hoffman. All respect due. But the press is evil," he added.

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Many people were impressed by Macklemore texting Kendrick Lamar to say that he just robbed him of Best Rap Album honors at the 2014 Grammy Awards.

Drake was not one of those people.

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The Canadian rapper-crooner, who was also nominated in that category, spoke with Rolling Stone about Macklemore's gesture, declaring, "that s--t was wack as f--k."

His reasoning behind that view?

Drake was nominated for his album, Nothing Was the Same, but didn't receive any text after Macklemore & Ryan Lewis took home the prize for The Heist.

Macklemore texting Kendrick Lamar may have seemed cool to some fans, but "To name just Kendrick? That s--t made me feel funny," Drake continued.

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Drake Biography

Drake Smiles Aubrey Graham is a Canadian actor and recording artist. He is best known for playing Jimmy Brooks, the basketball star that became... More »
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