Drake Signals He Is Over Rihanna?

11/17/2016
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(Radio.com) Drake appears to have moved on from pining after Rihanna, and his new crush is someone fans might not expect. During the Toronto Raptors' "Drake Night" game against the Golden State Warriors last night (November 16th), he was spotted sporting a very choice, very declarative, sweatshirt.

Drake wore a "Woman Crush Everyday" shirt that featured a picture of NBA sideline reporter Doris Burke. On Instagram, he continued sharing his love for the sports journalist, posting a picture of her and saying "Doris = "

When reporters caught up with him at the game and asked him about his shirt, Drake said, "I wish she was here tonight but just sending all my love to her. I don't know what camera to look at, but blowing a lot of kisses. I love Doris with all my heart. Hopefully she knows she's woman crush every day. That's why I wore this shirt. Let her know, dinner at my house anytime, as long as she comes alone." Read more amd see the photo here.

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