Sources say the shark tat symbolizes Drake and Ri Ri's aquarium date earlier this month, where Aubrey took his new girl to see some fishies in Toronto.
He bought her a stuffed shark doll that night, and now she's paying him back by showing some permanent love.
A report quotes an onlooker saying, "She was drinking whiskey and apple juice and making out with him all night.
They were really cute together." According to Drake's comment about being in love with her since he was 22 (at their first meeting, he was 18, Ri Ri was 17), it would appear that this was when the sparks started flying, at least on his part. She was doing exactly what I've done to so many women throughout my life, which is show them quality time, then disappear.
She never would go; she would have a million excuses why she couldn't talk to me.
That's how [Rihanna] made me feel, she made me feel small; she made me feel nervous.
The frequent concert cameos were their trick for spending time together while they were both on tour.
So we didn't count all the times he mentioned his mother, or grandmother, his friend's mother, his producer's mother or his piano teacher, or Sylvia Rhone or Ms.
Murray (his former manager), but otherwise, if they were in possession of a vagina and Drake rapped/sang about his often complicated relationship to them and/or their vagina, we got it down.
Ever since Drake took to the VMAs stage in a tuxedo and pronounced his undying love for Rihanna to the entire world, the internet has been obsessed with trying to figure out whether they are lovers or just insanely close friends.
The two have been notoriously tight-lipped about putting a label on their relationship, but it just takes a quick look at their history together to see that they've always been soul mates.