The Canadian singer Drake and Bobbi Althoff, the host of The Really Good Podcast, recently sat down in bed for an interview that covered a wide range of topics, including marriage. Drake’s skepticism and pessimism about marriage made for some of the most interesting conversation, and the podcast has since gone viral thanks to the caustic banter between the two.
What did Drake say about his general views on marriage?
The conversation began with Bobbi asking the musician why he hasn’t gotten married yet, with Drake expressing his views on marriage in response. “I don’t know, it seems like a thing of like, ancient times or something,” He began. The rapper later added, “I don’t want to get married because I just don’t want to disappoint someone and I’m not like, Amish.” The 25-year-old host then asked, “What do you have against Amish people?” To this, Drake replied, “I don’t. It’s just like, I needed something to rebuttal the fact that you’re saying that I’m basically like, a th*t.”
What is Drake’s relationship status and does he ever plan on tying the knot?
Drake has been keeping his relationship status under wraps. However, there have been recent rumors that he is dating singer Lilah Pi, who appears on the cover art for his single “Search & Rescue” and even gives her a shoutout in his song “Who Told You.” The lyrics go like this, “”Lilah Pi, don’t make my eye cry / Let me hold your controller, I’m not one of the controllin’ guys.” In June, the rapper posted a message to Lilah in his Instagram Story writing , “More life to the gyal that’s impossible to duplicate. My inspo, my confidant, my best mate, my heart @lilahpi happy birthday.” She reposted Drake’s post, adding a pink heart emoji to the image and the text, “4L” (For Life).
Despite his skepticism about marriage, the “Certified Lover Boy” album artist, who shares son Adonis Graham, 5, with French artist Sophie Brussaux, is not closing the door on the possibility of getting married someday. “I think I will eventually. You asked me why haven’t I gotten married? The truth? I don’t know, I don’t think I can offer somebody what they’d be looking for right now, just consistency. I think my life, my work, is my priority. So then I wouldn’t want to not be able to-” Bobbi cut him off here and jokingly said, “Sleeping around?” To this, the musician offered a laugh and completed his previous sentence with the words, “Contribute as a partner.”