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Drake Basically Changed The Title Of His Song 'Madonna' To 'Rihanna'

And the crowd loved it.

Drake and Madonna's relationship has gone through a number of stages over the last few months, and the latest might be the last: Moving on.

During the first stop on his Jungle Tour, Drizzy swapped the lyrics of his song, "Madonna," so that he sang Rihanna's name, instead of the Queen of Pop's.

"I don't know if you know, but I know who you are/ You could be big as Rihanna/ Just get in the car and then let's touch the road," he rapped during Sunday's Houston tour stop, much to the crowd's delight.

It was just a few months ago that Drake was singing Madonna's name and praises, though, with the February release of If You're Reading This It's Too Late. Madge reciprocated the love, saying, that same month, “I love your new song about me. It’s my favorite!”

In March, the 56-year-old singer upped the ante, making it clear that it wasn't just the song that she was feeling. “The lifelong ambition I still want to fulfill is to go on a dream date with Drake -- and only kiss him,” she told Us Weekly.

Before long, part of that dream was fulfilled, when Madonna joined Aubrey onstage during his set at Coachella in April, and the two locked lips for the world to see. Only one problem: Drake's face -- appearing to wipe the kiss off -- which quickly went viral.

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Still, he tried to keep the love in the air, writing on Instagram, “Don’t misinterpret my shock!! I got to make out with the queen Madonna and I feel 100 about that forever. Thank you @madonna.”

She wasn't having it, though. Earlier this month, when responding to a question about what advice she'd give her younger self, Madonna pulled no punches: “Don’t kiss Drake, no matter how many times he begs you to.”

And that, everyone, is how you write yourself out of a Drake lyric.