KEY POINTS

  • Drake rented out Dodger Stadium for an intimate date with model Johanna Leia Thursday, a report says
  • Their date was captured on camera by a helicopter reporter
  • Leia is the mother of Sierra Canyon High School basketball player and UCLA commit Amari Bailey

Drake went all out for a romantic dinner date with model Johanna Leia.

The "One Dance" hitmaker rented out the Dodger Stadium for an intimate date with Leia in Los Angeles Thursday, Page Six reported. The pair was spotted dining at a table for two along the empty baseball field where they sat side by side with a bartender stationed nearby.

Chris Cristi, a helicopter reporter for ABC7, captured the pair's date on camera and shared footage and photos of it on Twitter.

"@DRAKE ON A DATE? Randomly just flew over this cozy couple enjoying a private dinner along the third base line at an empty Dodger Stadium from #Air7HD@ABC7#Drizzy," he wrote early Friday.

In the footage, Leia can be seen wearing a Dodgers jersey. Meanwhile, the rapper sported his signature sweater look. Their table also had champagne glasses and various vases filled with flowers.

A rep for Drake refused to comment on the footage.

Some poked fun at Drake for renting out a stadium for a date with Leia, who is the mother of Sierra Canyon High School basketball player and UCLA commit Amari Bailey, a teammate of LeBron James’ son Bronny James.

"Drake taking women on dates to stadiums with 5 star chefs. If Drake got your girl just delete her number," one person tweeted.

"Drake went to Dodger stadium, turned alllllll the lights on and said 'don’t worry, no one will see us..,'" another wrote.

However, some criticized the reporter for sharing photos and footage of the pair's date. 

"Isn't this a little creepy to post? You flew overhead and took aerial pictures of a couple on a date, then posted them online for some reason.  If this weren't a famous duo, this morning would be even creepier, but maybe we should all raise our standards," one person commented.  

Leia describes herself as a mother and entrepreneur in her profile on Instagram. She is a former star of Lifetime's "Bringing Up Ballers."

On Friday, the Los Angeles Lakers player congratulated Leia's son for being named "California Mr. Basketball."

"Congrats Nephew!!! Proud of you kid," James tweeted.

Drake Drake accepts the Best Rap Song award at the Grammys in Los Angeles on Feb. 10, 2019. Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images for The Recording Academy