Serena Williams "used to call Drake on his cell phone," but she now reportedly has a new man to "call late night when she needs some love." After being reported to be a couple since July, it appears both are moving on to different people.
Us Weekly is reporting that the relationship between the "Hotline Bling" rapper and the tennis superstar was nothing more than a "flirty friendship." Williams is now being linked to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian. A source told Us Weekly the relationships is "new" and the two "met at a lunch."
Rumors Drake, 29, and Williams, 34, were dating started in July after the rapper was spotted watching one of her Wimbledon matchups from her private box. The couple was also seen sharing a kiss in a restaurant in Cincinnati, Ohio, during post-tournament dinner in August, according to TMZ.
Following the August kiss, E! Online reported the relationship between the two was "heating up," but they were trying to keep it low key. A friend told E! Online that Drake was Selena's type and was also a fan of his music.
"Drake has always had a huge crush on Serena, so he is on cloud nine and will continue to court her as much as he can," the source said.
Reports circulated earlier this month that things were going so well between the two that the "Back To Back" rapper actually proposed to Williams. However, Entertainment Tonight shot down the rumor after a source told them the reports were "completely and utterly untrue." A representative of Serena Williams added, "contrary to the rumors and reports, Serena Williams and Drake are not engaged. They are simply longtime friends."
While Serena appears to be entering a new relationship, Drake has been keeping busy with his music. He recently released a music video for his hit single "Hotline Bling" which took the internet by storm following the rappers dance moves in the video. He also released a highly-anticipated mixtape with Future called "What A Time To Be Alive," which debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200 chart. He will spend the rest of the year working on his next album "Views From The 6."