Lorde may never be happy again -- and it's all Drake’s fault. Don't worry, Drizzy didn't insult the "Yellow Flicker Beat" singer or anything -- he just exists. And his continued existence and all the tunes it engenders is enough to render Lorde the human equivalent of a cat staring out the window in the winter, wondering what it all means.
How do we know about Lorde's Drake-inspired malaise? Well, she posted a text exchange to Twitter following the rapper's performance in Auckland, New Zealand, that goes a little something like this:
We're assuming the blue bubbles come from Lorde herself, which means she is currently wrapped up in a kind of melancholy and infinite sadness akin to "when the school play ends." I get you, lady -- I was crying for weeks after my turn as Pippin's grandmother ended senior year. Weeks.
Lorde and Drake previously bro'd down over Twitter and Instagram following his New Zealand gig, and it seems the lovefest isn't ending anytime soon -- for D & L and D &... everyone else. Drake currently holds the record for having the most songs on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart at once with If You're Reading This, It's Too Late.
Lorde may never be happy again, but we're guess Drizzy is currently smiling wide.