Isn’t Love Grand? ‘Bad Gal’ Rihanna Publicly Confesses Love For ‘Good Boy’ Drake


Rihanna shouted out almost everyone for their contribution to her successful night at the MTV VMAs via Instagram, but it was the ‘I love you for that’ to Drake that has everyone in a frenzy.  OK, so we may be over-hyping this, but a story can be found in virtually even the smallest of places, and this shout out is small, but kind of powerful.

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#VMA2016 night was one that I would never forget!! I have the most incredible people in my life! My family, friends, loved ones, my fans, my team!!! All gifted beautiful spirits! And I'm so grateful that God has precisely and flawlessly arranged our paths to meet at each other! It's because of you that I was able to reach this moment in my career! And it's also because of you that I was able to pull off a night like this one, with 4 medley performances, 4 set productions, 4 outfits, 4 hair and makeup looks, and all in 4 days of rehearsal! It was a challenge but I wanted nothing more than to give my fans a true representation of all the colors that I'm made of as an artist! My journey has been filled with growth and people who continue to inspire me! Forever grateful to everyone involved creatively, from choreography all the way to wardrobe and production! @MTV team you were a dream to work with! Thank you to the beautiful @iamnaomicampbell @therealmaryjblige @traceeellisross for your kind words! @champagnepapi your speech was so touching and I love you for that! All in all….Best night ever!!! I'm a lucky girl!!! To God be the Glory! #RiRiVanguard

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See the Degrassi High alumni express his love and admiration for the Bajan beauty as he introduced her for the MJ Vanguard Award, and let us know do you think this is a power couple here to stay or just two people who admire one another deeply.

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