Back in September of this year, 14-year-old actress Millie Bobby Brown came out and revealed to the world that she and 32-year-old rapper Drake had a very close relationship.
While Millie later had to defend Drake from the major backlash that followed, she explained that she texts him all the time, mainly to talk about boys.
"Why u gotta make a lovey friendship ur headline? U guys are weird… for real," she wrote on Instagram at the time. "I’m lucky to have people in the business extend their time to help me further my career and offer their wisdom and guidance. I’m very blessed to have amazing people in my life. U don’t get to choose that for me. It’s nice to have people who understand what I do. Now get back to talking about real problems in this world other than my friendships… jeez."
People were obviously concerned about the nature of their friendship, but nobody more so than Jacob Sartorius, Millie's ex.
Jacob and Millie broke up in April, after it was reported that he cheated on her... but that hasn't stopped him from having thoughts about MBB and Drake.
So much so, that he's shaded their friendship in his new song, "We're Not Friends".
The track goes as follows:
"We’re not friends, we’re not friends / Do you think I really wanna hear about him? / I do it for a reason, not just to be nice / Girl I wanna give you more than good advice."
According to Jacob, the song is "basically about being in that position where you want to be more than friends with somebody, and you’re just done hearing about the other guys she’s been with or trying to be with."
A source told Us Weekly that Jacob was very intent on wanting to shade Drake.
Drake, it's your turn... we guess?