Drake Brings His First Girlfriend Out At OVO Fest, Social Media Reacts

Drake Brings His First Girlfriend Out At OVO Fest, Social Media Reacts

Hot97 Staff
08/02/2022 12:00 AM EDT

KiKi.. do you love me?

Apparently, she does! Drake brought out his first girlfriend, Keshia Chante AKA KiKi during his OVO Festival. You may remember Drake rapped out the infamous KiKi in his 'In My Feelings' song- and it turns out the two have a lot of history.

"This next person coming to the stage, I used to get in my mom's car and I used to drive all the way to the west for this one right here, you feel me? So I have to personally introduce her," Drake said ahead of her set. "This is my first girlfriend I ever had in my life," he added.

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KiKi took to Instagram after the performance to thank Drake for a "Legendary Night in Toronto," the 34-year-old wrote. "I've never seen the city come together like that!! It was everything. A dream only @champagnepapi could make true. The most heartfelt and meaningful introduction I've ever had. Aubs I love u for life."

She continued "performing songs I dropped in my teen years and hearing you sing all the words, made my soul so happy. Such a beautiful memory I will cherish forever. Toronto you have been riding for me since the very beginning and I am so grateful for the love." Take a look below.

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We previously reported that Drake has to postpone the Young Money Reunion Show to its earliest convivence as he reveals he has tested positive for COVID-19. He writes via his Instagram story, “I am truly devastated to say that I tested positive for COVID and the Young Money reunion show scheduled for tonight is being rescheduled to the SOONEST date possible.”

He continues, “I will keep the city posted and share the new date whenever we have it locked. Until then I hope everyone stays safe and healthy and I love you all I am so sorry for letting you down on our weekend together and the moment I test negative I will give you everything I got on stage (except the COVID),” he wrote.