Drake Put His Feelings For Rihanna On A Billboard

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Drake and Rihanna continue to be a multi-talented totem to #relationshipgoals, even if they rarely like to confirm that they are, in fact, actually a couple. (A very sexy couple.) But this week, Drake made a very public statement in support of his alleged lady love in the form of a congratulatory billboard — because flowers are just boring.

As Rihanna prepares to accept the Video Vanguard Award at tomorrow's MTV Video Music Awards, Drake broadcast his support in the form of a Los Angeles billboard. Rihanna was quite obviously flattered, posting a picture of the over-the-top present to her Instagram. (We'll get to that in a moment.)

But this isn't the first time the notorious are-they-or-aren't-they couple made us swoon with their public displays of affection. The duo, who have collaborated on numerous songs-you-can't-stop-listening-to, including "Work" and "Too Good," often perform together and aren't shy about singing each other's praises — platonic or not — on social media.

Behold, a handful of times they made us really want to believe their love is real.
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Rihanna posted a picture of her congratulatory billboard from Drake with the happy caption, "When he extra," complete with heart and trophy emoji.
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And the props go both ways. Back in January, a proud Rihanna shared her support for Drake's newly released song, "Summer Sixteen," via a stick-figure RiRi holding her signature red balloon and paired with the caption “lookin lookin ….. all summer 16."
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When Drake dropped in on Rihanna's tour stop in Manchester, England, this past July, their onstage chemistry reignited romance rumors worldwide.
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"Proud of you always," Drake sweetly captioned this pic of the pair hugging onstage after their OVO Fest performance.
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But it's not just about them: Drake and Rihanna came together to share some love with a very special longtime fan, Megan Flores, who sadly lost her battle with cancer this summer. "I had the pleasure of meeting an angel on earth," wrote Rihanna, while Drake posted, "Thank you for the moments and emotions we share I am blessed to have known you in this lifetime."
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