FOR ALL THE DOGS: Fans Think Drake Is Dissing Rihanna On His New Song, “Fear of Heights”

Renowned Canadian rap artist Drake has recently unveiled his highly-anticipated album, “For All the Dogs,” which features a star-studded lineup of 23 tracks.

Collaborating with artists such as SZA, Bad Bunny, 21 Savage, J. Cole, and Chief Keef, Drake’s latest release has garnered significant attention.

However, one specific song from the album, “Fear of Heights,” is stirring intrigue and sparking speculation that Drake might be subtly referencing his former relationship with Rihanna.

Fans thinks is dissing Rihanna in these lines;

FOR ALL THE DOGS: Fans Think Drake Is Dissing Rihanna On His New Song, “Fear of Heights”

The album’s launch has been marked by excitement and anticipation, with Drake having recently concluded a high-profile tour where he performed for a star-studded audience. Among those in attendance were notable personalities like Kendall Jenner and Bad Bunny, whose August rendezvous at one of Drake’s shows made headlines.

The song at the heart of the controversy, “Fear of Heights,” has generated buzz as listeners speculate on whether Drake is alluding to his past romance with Rihanna. The song’s lyrics, layered with metaphors and intricate wordplay, have led some fans to believe that a cryptic message or underlying reference to the Barbadian singer is present.

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