After spending more than a decade co-writing hits for some of the biggest names in music, R&B star Muni Long catapulted into the mainstream last year on the back of her TikTok-certified hit “Hrs and Hrs.” 

Back in February, the track peaked at No. 16 on Billboard’s Hot 100, earning Muni the biggest hit of her career. The 33-year-old singer-songwriter followed that up in March by landing a partnership between Def Jam and her label Supergiant Records. 

Amid her breakout year, Muni jumped on TikTok this week to take a trip down memory lane, where she opened up about a time when she turned down an opportunity to collaborate with Drake due to a then-boyfriend going into a “jealous rage.”

“That one time in 2008 I missed out on a Drake feature because my bf at the time found out he was pulling up to the studio and flew into a jealous rage so I chickened out and quit responding to his texts,” Muni captioned a video of her applying lipstick in the car.

Long’s reveal arrives just a few months after she spoke about the first time her path crossed with Drake’s.

During an interview on Ebro Darden’s Apple Music 1 show in January, she detailed how she met the Toronto superstar after recording a version of his 2009 single “Best I Ever Had.”

“I recorded a cover of ‘Best I Ever Had’ where I like played it on guitar, sang it instead of rapped it,” she explained. “That went viral so much. So that Drake reached out to me. And he was like, ‘Yo, I love what you did with the song.’ He gave me his number, we’re talking. Mind you now, I’m just out of high school. You know?”

Muni continued, “And I was watching him on Degrassi when I was in middle school and high school. So I’m like, ‘Oh my God, this is Aubrey Graham. This is amazing! Wheelchair Jimmy.’ I remember talking to him back then, and he’s like, ‘Yeah, I’m an actor. I’m trying to get into music. I did this mixtape for Valentine’s Day. Didn’t really take it serious. People love it. I’m singing. Lil Wayne wants to sign me.’”