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Drake and Hailey Baldwin spark dating rumours

Published 01/06/2016


Drake and Hailey Baldwin "hooked up" at the rapper's party on Monday (30May16).

Drake and Hailey Baldwin have sparked romance rumours after enjoying a dinner date together on Tuesday night (31May16).

The Hotline Bling rapper, 29, and model, 19, were photographed grabbing a bite to eat at West Hollywood restaurant Ysabel, while Drake's three-man entourage sat at a table nearby.

According to Entertainment Tonight, the two appeared to be "totally engrossed in conversation" and were both "very smiley" during the dinner. The pair reportedly kept the night going by heading over to Hollywood hot spot The Nice Guy soon after.

Their night out came a day after Stephen Baldwin's daughter attended Drake's Memorial Day bash on Monday (30May16). While the two have known each other for quite some time, reports suggest they were getting cosy at the house party, with one insider telling ET they even "hooked up" at the star-studded event.

Further fuelling the speculation, Hailey posted a brief video on Snapchat of her alongside Drake, playing with the puppy face filter, which put virtual dog ears and tongues on the two stars.

News of the reported fling comes months after Hailey was linked to another one of her good friends, Justin Bieber, who ironically is also pals with Drake.

Although Hailey posted a picture of her kissing the Baby singer on social media earlier this year (16), the two never confirmed a steady relationship, and Bieber hinted he was unsure of their status as well.

"I know that in the past I've hurt people and said things that I didn't mean to make them happy in the moment," he told GQ magazine in February (16). "So now I'm just more so looking at the future, making sure I'm not damaging them.

"What if Hailey ends up being the girl I'm gonna marry, right? If I rush into anything, if I damage her, then it's always gonna be damaged. It's really hard to fix wounds like that. It's so hard... I just don't want to hurt her."

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