Drake has millions of eyes keeping a close watch on him, and they even notice the slightest shifts. Fans recently saw a change in his Instagram following list, but the reason is still unknown. Drake appears to have abruptly unfollowed Ice Spice on Instagram.

According to Daily Loud, Drake has unfollowed emerging Bronx rap singer Ice Spice on Instagram after previously co-signing her hit single and even attended a concert with the 22-year-old in his hometown of Toronto.

If fans are unfamiliar, the drill artist has been making music for a while, but it wasn’t until earlier this summer that her “Munch (Feelin’ U)” track blew up and catapulted her to stardom. It’s still a popular sound on platforms like TikTok, and Drizzy has played it on his radio show.

Spice published the receipts, as well as some clips from her time in the 6ix, on her Instagram feed after Champagne Papi showed her love. A few weeks later, the New Yorker returned to Canada to perform at Rolling Loud Toronto, where she twerked for the audience’s delight.

The “No Clarity” singer has been booked and busy recently, but she was caught up in some drama after being called out by a promoter for allegedly canceling a tour with B-Lovee because she and her team felt her profile had risen above his.

It’s unknown what prompted Drake to unfollow Ice Spice. When he DM’d her with praise six weeks ago, the screenshot uploaded on her account proved that “[they] follow each other on Instagram,” but that has definitely since changed. What’s your take on it? For further updates stay tuned to Thirsty.

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