Rihanna and rumoured boyfriend A$AP Rocky are reportedly "inseparable". The iconic singer and her longtime friend and award-winning rapper, both 32, have been at the centre of romance rumours for months, having previously dated in 2013. And it seems as though their rumoured relationship has been going from strength to strength in recent months.
A source told People: "They've been inseparable the past few weeks. It's a new relationship, but they both seem very into it. They've always seemed to have a great time together. They have a lot in common."
Though the A-listers have remained nothing short of tight-lipped about their romance, the source adds: "Rihanna seems very happy dating A$AP." The pair's timeline goes way back to 2013, when the rapper - real name Rakim Mayers - worked closely with the Fenty Beauty CEO on her track Cockiness (Love It).
It was soon after when Rihanna invited him to serve as an opening act on her Diamonds World tour that same year. The pair since went on to date other celebs, Rihanna with celebs such as Chris Brown, Drake, and Travis Scott, and A$AP previously dated Kendall Jenner, Rita Ora, and Iggy Azalea. But it seems as though their roads led to one another as they were recently spotted out on a romantic date night.
Their romance seems to have blossomed soon after Rihanna's relationship with billionaire Hassan Jameel crumbled in January. The pair fuelled romance speculation after they were spotted hanging out together in New York - the same day the news broke about her break-up from Hassan. And not long after that, Rih invited A$AP to appear in her Fenty Skin campaign in July.
They both did joint interviews with Vogue and GQ to promote the range, with A$AP telling her in the clip: "I think the hardest part about working with you is not goofin' off and laughing the whole time. Like this s**t is comedy. That's the hardest part."
He added: "You know, people be so cool it's hard not to, not to laugh. That's all. But it was fun. The hardest part is not having too much fun. You just forget that it's still work at the end of the day."
What's more, both musicians spend equal time between the US and London.