Drake's PDA with Nicki Minaj and Dance on Chris Brown's Song in Diss to Rihanna

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By Sonalee singh | June 3, 2014 4:11 PM EST

What is going on between Drake and Rihanna? After having an alleged affair for months together, reports claim that they can't even stand each other. The buzz is that Drake did not waste a minute to diss Rihanna at the June 1 Summer Jam. The rapper took the stage with his alleged new flame Nicki Minaj and later danced on the stage to Rihanna's ex, Chris Brown's song, "Loyal."

Drake was Nicki Minaj's surprise guest for the Summer Jam performance and as per the onlookers when Drake came on stage Nicki jumped on him and wrapped her arms around him, reported Hollywoodlife.

Fans think that this would have surely hurt Rihanna. Things became worse when Wayne came on the stage and performed "Loyal." "Loyal" also features Chris Brown and it talks about dissing women with lyrics such as "these h-es ain't loyal." As Wayne performed the song, Drake and Nicki danced around onstage.

"When the music stopped. Nicki reportedly took the mic from Wayne and said : 'wait, what you mean these h-es ain't loyal? There's loyal women in the building,'" reported the Web site.

It is interesting that Drake, Nicki Minaj and Rihanna were all in the same place. Minaj is also said to have posed with Rihanna later at the concert.  Meanwhile, it has also come to surface that Nicki wants to marry Drake.  

"One day I will run away with Drake and get married, but right now it's just a fantasy, " said Minaj in an interview with 1-D.

Drake and Rihanna are reported to have called it quits after the former called RiRi "needy".

"She likes him but it's hard when a man tells his girl that they have to pump the breaks on the relationship so he can go out there and grind," a source told Hollywood Life. "It's all good though. She will learn at the end of the day."

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