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Twitter Is Getting Carried Away With This Drake Hook And We Can’t Stop Looking

Well, Kiki?? You love him or nah?!

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Drake fans are certainly having fun with his new Scorpion album. As a double album, it's packed full of songs, but for many, one in particular stands out. 

The chorus for "In My Feelings" goes, "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."

With each repetition of the chorus, Drake replaces the name "Kiki" with the names other girls who may or may not have been in his life. Because Drake. 

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Photo: GIPHY

According to Genius, "Kiki" refers to Drake's first girlfriend Keisha Chanté, as that's her nickname. The two dated when they were teenagers. 

Regardless of Kiki's true identity, the line hit a chord with Twitter users, who had to let the world know just how much they were feeling it:





i’m about to be screaming “KEKE DO YOU LOVE ME?” at the top of my lungs for the rest of the summer— ☉ (@ERISTHEPLANET) June 29, 2018


When Drake said “KiKi, do you love me?” I felt that.— ki 🧝🏽‍♀️ (@kiaradcorrea) June 29, 2018


Hell, it even inspired interpretive dance!



Folks were even outchea practicing their choreography:


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Photo: GIPHY

And yes, Drake's BFF Odell Beckham, Jr. is feelin' it just as much as everyone else:



If the song were to ever ask Twitter folks if they love it, the answer would clearly be "yes!" 

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Tonja Renée Stidhum is a writer/director made of sugar and spice and everything rice. She has the uncanny ability to make a Disney reference and a double entendre in the same sentence.