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Entertainment Wise: Rihanna lets Drake ‘Take Care’ of her

Rihanna has been in the press a lot recently, what with rumours about her and Ashton Kutcher and Chris Brown still floating around the media circuit.

And now, thanks to the new video for her and Drake’s single “Take Care,” it seems as if tongues are wagging about the pair’s “relationship.”

The pair have always denied romance but, thanks to some clever camerawork and awesome direction, the on-screen chemistry is absolutely sizzling.

The black and white video feels very intimate and romantic, with shots of the duo caressing one another and resting their heads on the others shoulder.

And, what with the pair’s romantic history, people are bound to get excited about this!

The pair dated briefly in 2009, shortly after her split from violent ex Chris Brown, but RiRi has since said that it was far too soon for a new relationship.

She explained to The Sun that the pair never really knew what their relationship was:

We weren’t really sure what it was. We just went out – my friends, his friends… I definitely was attracted to Drake, but I think it is what it is, like it was what it was… We didn’t want to take it any further. It was at a really fragile time in my life, so I just didn’t want to get too serious with anything or anyone at that time.

Now fans of the pair will be desperate to make the music video a reality, especially as the song itself could have been written with Rihanna and Drake in mind. The lyrics are all about waiting for a girl to get over an old relationship… could that be a signal for Drake to finally make his move?

We guess, for now, we’ll just have to wait and see. Rihanna has put to bed any claims of her bagging herself a new fella for the time being:

I’m single and I’m happy.

Written by Kayleigh Dray for Entertainment Wise

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