Latto fans have seemingly decided that Drake and her sister Brooklyn Nikole are an item after the “Put it on Da Floor” rapper re-shared a social media post.

The post in question saw Drake share a picture of a bottle of water with “Clayco” on the label which is short for Clayton County, Georgia, where Latto and her sister are from.

The speculation started after Drake released a remix of 4batz’s “act ii: date @ 8” which features the line: “What kind of water they serving in Clayco?”

The two were also seen leaving a restaurant after somebody slyly recorded the alleged couple.

Fans had numerous reactions to the rumors.

One questioned the age difference as Drake is 16 years older than Brooklyn: “Why do ya think older people date people that’s much younger than them ? I really want to hear opinions.”

Another defended the age gap: “As long as they met when she was 21 & up: She’s Grown. Period. Stop all that crazy talk actin like 21/22 yr olds are Toddlers. If she wants to date him, that’s her Choice.”

One commented: “Why can’t these men date women their age. 21 is a baby to drake.”

Fans React To Drake Reportedly Dating Latto's Sister, Brooklyn

Last year, SZA reflected on her brief relationship with the 6 God.

In a lengthy profile interview with Rolling Stone, the singer discussed her romantic history.

“I hate being a long-term bitch,” she admitted, saying that she has also dated casually in the past, at which point she brought up Drake. The two briefly started seeing each other when she was spending a lot of time in New York during the late 2010s, but nothing ever came of it.

The 33-year-old singer clarified that they “were really young” and that “It wasn’t hot and heavy or anything. It was like youth vibes. It was so childish.”

Drake and SZA are believed to have dated each other around 2008 and 2009 before he began an on and off relationship with Rihanna that would span seven years.

Drake also had a relationship with model Sophie Brussaux which led to the birth of their son Adonis.

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