That day is not tomorrow.
And what's the rush to get him paired off, anyway? He's only 30 and, as one of the most successful rap artists alive right now, he swims in a sea populated by far more fish than any average male ecosystem could possibly comprehend.
Yet Drake-in-love seems to be the preferred persona among his fans, particularly when it pertains to his great public love, the yin to his yang, his sometime duet partner and the fuel that seemingly keeps his fantasies going.
That would be Rihanna, of course.
He's always linked to someone or other, sometimes a very famous woman, sometimes a less famous woman, but always...someone.
And while the word "dating" is thrown around a lot, we have a feeling that's a very subjective term in Aubrey Drake Graham's case.
It's a catch-all, like Taylor Swift 's "exes." (Speaking of which, that recent dating speculation was quashed pretty quickly, so we'll leave Swift out of this.) I don't mean that he's manipulating women who want more; rather, every time he's in the proximity of a woman for any reason, she becomes his rumored new love interest.
"I don't know if it was a date," he told Ellen DeGeneres in 2013 when he was quizzed about an outing to Disneyland with Tyra Banks. "It was a get-together. We're close as well. This [game] is really bad…How did you not tell me about this?" (He and Tyra stayed friends, as last year's "Child's Play" video showed.)
"He's a lovely person. He's a nice man," the Two Broke Girls star recalled around the same time.
Ellen always asks about Rihanna, though. Just like a lot of people, Rihanna is the one Ellen thinks Drake should be with. "We had our moment," he said. "Always support and have love for her, and...yeah."
Even when he and Rihanna were supposedly dating again last summer, it seemed more a result of proximity and by October they had fizzled—but not before Drake splashily presented RiRi with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the MTV VMAs in August. "She's someone I've been in love with since I was 22-years-old," he Ri-revealed.
So when he's romantically linked to Jennifer Lopezin December, when they spend New Year's Eve together, are we supposed to think for any reason that this is going anywhere? Doesn't it make much more sense that, as Page Six reported Sunday, they're hanging out and Drake is making the most knowingly creepy face ever on Instagram because what they're actually doing is teaming up musically?
Which isn't to say there isn't a romantic element to Drake and J.Lo's relationship. A source has told E! News that they're not keeping company for publicity but, that being said, Lopez was "having fun" and didn't consider Drake a potential serious boyfriend. (The other theory, that Drake tends to pine for the small handful of women on earth who aren't having him, can wait for another day.)
It sounds as though someone doesn't mind being speculated about...
"We're really good friends, actually...He has my back so it's really nice to know I have a guy that's a good friend like that," Rita Ora once said about Drake in 2012 after he wrote her single "R.I.P." and she appeared on his song "The Feeling of Pain."
"He happened to be at the same club that I had my birthday party at, Supper Club [in L.A.]. He got me a bottle of champagne...we took a picture and then the picture went everywhere," Ali said.
"We're just friends," Zoë Kravitz, asked about looking like more-than-friends with the Grammy winner, told Hip Hollywood in 2014. But of course she'd work with him, "he's so talented and awesome," the actress added.
Antiquated terms, like "dating," "rekindling," "back on" and "in love," need not necessarily apply.