Nov 30, 2016 02:09 AM EST

Rihanna And Drake Relationship Over; Ex-Couple Avoids Each Other?

Drake and Rihanna has confirmed that their relationship is done. This was pretty obvious when the two were suppose to perform a concert as a pair but resulted avoiding each other at the biggest stage in F1 racing, the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

According to akinnews, Rihanna was the headliner of the after race concert at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix held in du Arena. The Bajan singer was expected to be out live on stage with her partner and collaborator, Drake who would often make an appearance ever since they started being together.

Unfortunately, many fans of both Drake and Rihanna were all left with empty memories that they could have cherished because of the split up and no pairing on stage. There are also reports speculating that Drake's own DJ, the future price, was seen supporting Rihanna during her gig with Rita Ora, Paris Hilton and Akon backstage in the arena but Drake was a no show in the area.

There are speculations according to Mirror, that Rihanna was late on stage for an hour, not only that but her lack of energy did not impress they audience too much. The impression she has was that she did not want to be on stage plus there was no show of Drake in her performance which was a lacking ingredient to make the fans happy and give them what they want, so it really does not make sence that they would not be together on the event stage.

On the other side of things, it was not the only event Drake did not attend at the Abu Dhabi. The Worst was Drake did not attend a gig he was paid for but the rapper was seen and caught in a row.

Drake was paid to appear at a nightclub in Abu Dhabi last Saturday night but again there was a no show. With fans waiting willingly want to see him they waited until dawn but Drake never showed up even for quite a while.

There were reports saying that Drake not showing up in public was due to security issues. That being said it was really not the fault of Drake and his team. For more information, news and latest updates stay tuned to Jobs & Hire.

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