Drake Throws Shade at Rihanna, Says He Doesn't Perform 'Work' Anymore During The Opening Night Of ‘It’s All A Blur Tour — Big As The What?’

Drake Throws Shade at Past Collaboration with Rihanna During It’s All A Blur Tour Opening

Drake Stirs Controversy by Avoiding Rihanna's "Work" in Concert: A Look at Their Complicated History.
In a recent performance on the opening night of his It’s All A Blur Tour in Tampa, Florida, Drake sparked headlines by seemingly distancing himself from his 2016 hit collaboration with Rihanna, "Work." As the familiar beats of the chart-topping song filled the venue, Drake candidly declared:
I don’t sing this song anymore, but you [all] can sing it though.

- Drake

Watch Drake Takes a Swipe at Rihanna, Declares He No Longer Performs Their 'Work' Collaboration:

The duo had joined forces for "Work," a track featured on Rihanna’s eighth studio album, Anti. The song achieved immense success, reigning atop the US Billboard Hot 100 for nine consecutive weeks. Notably, it received Grammy nominations for Record of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the 59th Grammy Awards.

In 2016, Drake and Rihanna were romantically involved, but their connection was fleeting. Rihanna is currently in a committed relationship with ASAP Rocky, and the couple recently celebrated the arrival of their second child.

The rapper's decision to distance himself from "Work" and his subtle lyrical jabs have fueled speculation about the nature of their past relationship and potential tensions between the two artists. As the It’s All A Blur Tour unfolds, fans are left wondering about the dynamics between Drake and Rihanna, adding a layer of intrigue to the ongoing saga of hip-hop relationships.

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