The two songwriters had a fling beginning late last year that fizzled by the beginning of February due to their busy schedules, a source previously told ET. Nonetheless, Drake still included a sample of his 47-year-old former flame's 1999 hit, "If You Had My Love," on his song, "Teenage Fever."
Of course, what really raised some people's eyebrows was that J.Lo's vocals DIDN'T make the final cut.
Leaving someone off the final cut of a record is a move Drake has pulled before. In a recent interview, Drake commented on his rumored feud with Kanye West, as well as explained the Life of Pablo rapper and Jay Z's exclusion from the final cut of his last album, Views -- a move which reportedly upset West.
"I was dealing directly with 'Ye. That's the version that he sent me," Drake shared, referring to the version of the song with Jay Z and Kanye, credited as "The Throne." "I was excited, obviously anyone would be excited to see them link back up."
"Next thing I knew it just became a bit of an issue," he added, not going into specifics. "I don't waste too much time ... I'll just go through with the song, and put forward my own version."
"Both versions exist," Drake acknowledged. "When Kanye comes out to do it at the shows, it goes crazy ... He was pretty upset. At that time, we were working together pretty heavy. And he wanted to be on the record."