Rubi Rose Says Drake Is Her Favorite Artist to Name-Drop Her

Back in 2021, Rose went viral after mistakenly believing the Toronto rapper was referencing her on ‘Certified Lover Boy.’

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Rubi Rose remains adamant that Drake name-dropped her on “7AM on Bridle Path,” a standout track from the 6 God’s 2021 album Certified Lover Boy

The lyric in question saw Drizzy describe one of his watches as a “ruby-rose two-tone,” which prompted Rose to believe the line was actually about her

Though Drake has neither confirmed nor denied whether he was referencing Rose, that hasn’t prevented Rubi from calling it her favorite name-drop.

During a recent interview with Complex, Rose mentioned “7AM on Bridle Path” when asked to name her favorite time she was shouted out in a song.

"My favorite time somebody name-dropped me in their song," Rose pondered. "It's two different ones because some people say he wasn't talking about me. But, he was clearly talking about me. When Drake was saying 'the Rubi Rose two-tone.' That one because it's fucking Drake."

She also mentioned Rob49's shout out on his song "Hate It or Love It." "It's cute. It's funny. I'm flattered," she said.


"He was clearly talking about me." Rubi Rose's favorite times she was name-dropped 🗣️ #RubiRose #Drake #Rob49 #PlayboiCarti

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Following memorable appearances in the music videos for Migos’ “Bad and Boujee” and Cardi B’s “WAP,” Rubi cemented her status as one of the hottest rookies in the game with her debut mixtape, For the Streets. Released in December 2020, the project featured her breakout hit “He In His Feelings,” as well as guest appearances from Cardi, Future, and PartyNextDoor.

Since then, the 26-year-old has been quiet on the rap front, as she’s transitioned into a lucrative career on OnlyFans.

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