Worst Behavior! Drake Ditches J. Lo To Spend Valentine's Day With Stunning Swedish Twins

Drake Ditches Jennifer Lopez
Source: AKM-GSI

Feb. 17 2017, Updated 7:57 p.m. ET

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Drake Ditches Jennifer Lopez
Source: AKM-GSI

Drake is living up to his hit single by being on his "worst behavior!"

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Just weeks after the rapper was spotted in Amsterdam on a dinner date with famous porn star, Rosee Divine, Drizzy spent Valentine's Day with Swedish twins Elizabeth and Victoria Lejonhjärta.

After taking in a lavish meal in London, the trio whipped off to the star's hotel, in separate cars.

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The three of them worked together on Drake's "Please Forgive Me" short film, and he even has their last name tattooed on his arm!

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But what about his alleged lover, Jennifer Lopez? According to reports, J. Lo decided she doesn't have time for dating after Drake professed his love for ex Rihanna while on stage.

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"Jennifer still cares about Drake," a source told Life & Style, "but she has a take-it-or-leave-it attitude with him. Drake and J.Lo still hang out and hook up, but they aren't so serious anymore. She truly does not have time to sit around and think about Drake professing his love for Rihanna."

This news also comes just days after it was reported that Lopez's ex-husband, Marc Anthony, decided to move on from his idea of winning the Latina hearthrob back, and has instead turned his interest over to 21-year-old model, Mariana Downing.


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