Drake Says He Really Loves Serena Williams

Rucuss staffNovember 15, 2011

Drake continues to open up about his personal life.

The rapper admitted to having a past relationship with Rihanna awhile back and now he’s confessing his love for Serena Williams in a new interview with Complex magazine. He talks about Williams, the media and some of his biggest fears.

Drake and Serena Williams

Drake’s confession about Williams comes as a surprise after being spotted at Cecconi in West Hollywood with Nicole Scherzinger at the end of October. The pair did their best to dodge paparazzi but they were caught red-handed. We’re guessing after this interview any romantic connection between them is pretty much over.

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Check out excerpts from Drake’s interview with Complex below.

On a rumored relationship with Serena Williams:

“I really, really love and care for Serena Williams. She’s incredible. That’s someone I’m proud to say I know. She’s definitely in my life and I’m in her life. It’s great to watch her play tennis. Very impressive.”

On the media:

They nitpick at everything,” he says, shaking his head. “I can’t do anything. All they want me to do is dress so they can make  fun of me. Otherwise, it’s hard for them. I don’t give people many reasons to dislike me. They have to find sh*t. They’re like, ‘Aw man, sweaters! He wears  sweaters too much.’ Like, what?

On his fears:

Dying, before I accomplish all this. That’s  it. My father taught me: ‘Don’t fear any man. Don’t ever fear another person.’ I  don’t get myself mixed up with stupid sh*t. I get a lot of love. I don’t feel  tension. I stand 6’2.″ By no means am I the most threatening guy in the rap game, but there are very few people who will come up and say that sh*t to me in  person. It’s always all smiles. That’s one thing I do not fear, anyone in this  game. Nobody. Especially none of these guys that are paid to talk sh*t.

If somebody wants to bring a problem to me, it’s strictly based off of their  immense amount of hate for me,” he says. “It’s never because I’ve sparked that  using my voice, my image, or my outlet. I never use my outlet for confrontation  or negativity, ever. I always try and give people music to ride to and music to  enjoy. All I ever ask in return is that it’s mutual love.”

“I’m ready for whatever,” he says. “I don’t give a f*ck. I want to move through life in the most non-confrontational way possible, but I’m not a p*ssy. Don’t ever get that mixed up.”

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