Yes, according to a new report, Jennifer Lopez and Drake are official.
Officially a load of BS, that is!
Over the last few weeks, rumors of a romance between the superstars have run rampant because... well... because Lopez and Drake have clearly wanted rumors of a romance between them to run rampant.
Toward the end of December, the singers shared a photo of each other on social media, with Drake arms firmly around J. Lo's scorching hot body.
It was the sort of picture people only pose for when they've already seen each other naked, basically.
Right? Check it out below and dare to disagree:
A few days later, Lopez and Drake were once again spotted getting very cozy and awfully comfortable with each other.
This time around, the viral photos were snapped at some kind of winter-themed "prom" that the artists didn't merely attend... but won Prom King and Queen at!
Kind of weird, no?
Sort of suspicious even, perhaps?
Absolutely, claims an anonymous source to The New York Post.
Speaking to the Page Six section of that newspaper, this source says the so-called promo pictures (above and down below) were actually taken on the set of Lopez and Drake's upcoming music video.
The two are collaborating professionally and nothing more.
"This relationship is fake, it is just a publicity stunt to publicize their record together," the insider alleges, adding:
"If Jennifer and Drake were really dating, they’d be way more private about it."
How come? Since when do a pair of A-Listers get together and not flaunt their romance for the world to see?
The article basically says that any actual dalliance with Lopez would be terrible PR for Drake, considering he poured his heart out in August at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Which is true:
Upon presenting Rihanna with a lifetime achievement award at that event, Drake said he's been "in love" with Rihanna" since he was 22 years old.
He added: "She's one of my best friends in the world. All my adult life, I've looked up to her, even though she's younger than me."
Asked this Page Six source:
“Doesn’t Drake realize that it looks weird to declare his love for RiRi at the MTV awards, then start flaunting his chemistry with J.Lo a few months later?” Apparently not.”
If the relationship between Drake and Lopez is, indeed, fake, the stars have managed to fool at least one person:
She stopped following Lopez across all social media platforms shortly after talk of her fling with Drake went viral.
Lopez, meanwhile, broke up with Casper Smart last summer summer and some were led to believe that she rekindled her relationship with ex-husband Marc Anthony after the two shared a kiss November 17 on stage at the Latin Grammy Awards.
But that was just a friendly peck.
Lopez is most definitely available if she and Drake wanted to get it on.
But it's starting to seem more and more likely in this case that the two are remaining mum on their relationship for a very good reason:
It doesn't actually exist.