Rihanna and Drake reportedly spent more than $17,000 while visiting a strip club in Houston, Texas, in the early hours of Thursday morning (14.11.13). The stars splashed cash and ''looked like a couple''.
The 'What's My Name?' hitmakers - who are rumoured to have rekindled their short-lived romance earlier this week - splashed the cash at a gentlemen's club in Houston, Texas, in the early hours of Thursday morning (14.11.13) and didn't leave till past 5am.
Earlier this week, Drake attended one of Rihanna's Diamonds World Tour gigs in Dallas, Texas, before taking her out for dinner, and it seems the 25-year-old beauty repaid the favour on Wednesday (13.11.13) by attending his concert in Houston, Texas, and the pair later reunited at V Live Gentlemen's Club.
The 'Pour It Up' singer reportedly arrived alone at 2am and was ushered to Drake's private VIP section when he arrived half an hour later.
According to dancer Jhonni Blaze - who claims she entertained the pair for more than three hours - the musicians ''looked like a couple'' and were ''really cool people''.
In between dances, Jhonni says she bonded with Rihanna over their similar shaved hairstyles, but Drake, 26, ''was too busy throwing money''.
The dancer also reveals she was called over to entertain the stars after Rihanna spotted her in another area. When she joined them, the audacious singer whipped out a wad of cash and ''started slapping my butt''.
By the end of their raucous night, the 'Hold On, We're Going Home' rapper is said to have spent $10,000, while Rihanna spent just over $5,000 before exiting the strip club in the same car as Drake.
The stars share a lot of history as Rihanna is thought to have dated Drake some time between in 2010 and 2011.
The rapper infamously got into a nightclub brawl with Rihanna's other famous ex, Chris Brown, over the singer in June 2012.
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