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Apparently, This Is The Kiki Whose Love We’ve All Been Questioning — And Drake’s Been Rapping About Her Since 2007

Another mystery has been solved!

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Drake is known to drop the names of his lovers and crushes in his music, and the songs on his newest record, Scorpion, are no exception.

A woman named Kiki is mentioned throughout the song "In My Feelings," which left fans wondering just who this Kiki is.

"Kiki, do you love me? Are you riding? Say you'll never ever leave from beside me. Cause I want ya, and I need ya, and I'm down for you always," he sings on the track.


According to Capital Xtra, the woman in question is singer and former 106 & Park host Keshia Chante.



Bridesmaid ready ⚡️ Crys & Simmer had me in my feelings 💜

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Drake and Keshia grew up together in Toronto, and dated briefly when they were in their early teens. 

The pair seems to be on good terms judging from a photo Keshia posted of the them in Amsterdam in March 2017:



familia || '04 tings || @champagnepapi @deetenn 🌺

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According to Capital Xtra, this isn't the first time Drake has made music about Keshia.

Back in 2009, he talked about his relationship with her in "Fallen," a  remix of one of her songs and track from his mixtape "Born Successful:"

 


"Keshia, Keshia, do you remember the old us? You just hold it down for your boy until the plaques arrive that's why I love you," he rapped.

He also dedicated "Madonna" from his 2015 project "If You're Reading This It's Too Late," to Kiki. He even mentioned her mama on "Deceiving," a song from his 2007 mixtape "Comeback Season."

Dang, we think Kiki is definitely the one that got away. 

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