Drake And Latto’s Younger Sister, Brooklyn Nikole, Might Be A Thing, Fans Speculate

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Fans now have the right to believe that Drake and Latto’s younger sister, Brooklyn Nikole, might be an item. Just after Drake’s fans joked about his friendship with Sexxy Red, many speculate he is dating a younger woman. This debate heated after seeing Drake and Latto’s younger sister exiting a restaurant.

Drake and Brooklyn Nikole Spotted Leaving A Restaurant

Latto’s younger sister, Brooklyn Nikole, was spotted leaving right behind Drake following a speculated restaurant date. According to Complex, the pair had a handful of company. Yet, it didn’t stop the internet from discussing their possible romance.

Although both parties have yet to react, many fans feel it had nothing to do with business but pleasure.
Fans believe Drake is onto Brooklyn because he thirsts for younger women. Just last year, Drake was rumored to have dated singer Camila Cabello, who is about ten years younger.

The comments online have not only pointed to Drake’s preference, but they have also compared him to Draya Michele. Draya, 39, is reportedly pregnant with her 21-year-old lover, Jalen Green. Per The Jasmine Brand:

One fan wrote:

“Y’all better attack him. Y’all trying to do Draya!! Yuck Drake!! She’s only 21!! What are you doing!!”

A second person quipped:

“Him and Draya must be competing for R.Kelly’s top bunk.”

One commenter came to Drake and Brooklyn Nikole’s defense by writing:

“Men will forever be attracted to younger girls. Cry all you want, shout all you want, men will continue to want younger women. The earlier you all realize this, the better for y’all.”

For now, the rapper dating Brooklyn Nikole is a mere rumor. But if true, it may not surprise loyal fans who know that Drake prefers to keep his dating life under wraps.

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