Drake and Rihanna have been making headlines a lot lately because of what fans believe is a renewed romance.

It looks like the two are not done yet, though. During his concert in Los Angeles, the “Hotline Bling” rapper called out the “Work” singer as a special guest. After their performance, Drake couldn't help but gush about his rumored girlfriend.

“I pray that you find somebody that holds you down like this woman right here,” the rapper told his audience at the Staples Center.

The singer did not say anything, but she was hugging the rapper from behind while he was talking about her.

This is not the first time the “Started from the Bottom” rapper professed his love for the “Diamonds” singer. Very recently, he openly shared how he has been in love with Rihanna since he was 22 when he presented her the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at this year's MTV Video Music Awards.

Earlier this year, Drake also gave out compliments to Rihanna when he made a surprise appearance during the “Bitch Better Have My Money” singer's concert in Manchester.

“Manchester, you got to make some noise for the most beautiful, talented woman I've ever seen in my life... I'm getting my heart broken.”

While the two definitely look like they have crossed over the friend zone, Drake's father Dennis Graham is not convinced. Graham told TMZ that despite what looks like a rekindled romance between the two, they really are “just friends.” The OVO Sound owner's father insisted that he cannot comment on their future because “there is no relationship.”

Rumors about a romance budding between the two were intensified when they both got camouflage shark tattoos. Many fans believe it was a symbol commemorating their date at an aquarium in Toronto where the rapper gave the singer a stuffed camouflage shark.

Drake and Rihanna dating rumors first sparked in 2009.

Drake, Rihanna Drake has professed his love for Rihanna once more. Pictured: Drake presents Rihanna with an award during the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards in New York. Photo: Reuters/Lucas Jackson