Lizzo dropped "Rumors" Friday and it has already caused quite a stir. The opening verse of her song mentions Drake in a not-so-PG-13 way and now she has finally decided to reveal the truth behind those lyrics.

The 33-year-old singer recently appeared on "Apple Music" with Zane Lowe to promote her new track. During the guesting, Zane quizzed the singer about the said line in the song that goes, "Readin' sh-t on the internet/My smoothie cleanse and my diet / No, I ain't f-ck Drake — yet."

"You know what I haven't manifested yet, f-cking Drake," the singer answered.

Zane then jokingly said there are probably a lot of other people trying to manifest the same thing, to which the "Good as Hell" singer instantly responded that she's "not in the line."

Lizzo went on to explain, "I just thought it would be so funny to say. I have a small relationship with him. He's very cool. I just feel like women, there are so many times where girls' names get dropped in songs 'cause they're fine."

The singer further said she had written the lines to flip the tables on the male artists who would constantly shoot their shots through music.

Just hours after "Rumors" was released, Lizzo sent out a tweet to the "Kiki" rapper, which read, "Hey big head @Drake."

Though Drake is yet to respond to the tweet and the song, it would be interesting to see if he can keep up with her like Chris Evans.

Back in April, Lizzo uploaded a TikTok video in which she told the world she had slid into the "Captain America" star's DM. "Don't drink and DM, kids.... for legal porpoises this is a joke," she said in the clip.

Things got even more interesting when Evans responded to her, writing, "No shame in a drunk DM."

"God knows I've done worse on this app lol," the actor added.

It obviously did not stop there, as she shared another TikTok earlier this month, in which she pretended to be pregnant with Evans' child.

Once again, the actor gamely replied to her and expressed joy over the news. "Hi! Just heard about our little bundle of joy," he said. "My mother will be so happy lol."

Evans even added that he wanted no "gender reveal parties."

US singer-songwriter Lizzo rocks a Versace corset gown at the Grammys
US singer-songwriter Lizzo rocks a Versace corset gown at the Grammys AFP / VALERIE MACON