Who is Ruby Rose? Trolled for mistaking a watch for her name in Drake’s CLB song

After a long wait, Drake has officially released Certified Lover Boy, and fans are raving about it too! While the new album contains several musicians, Rubi Rose, an American rapper, is not one of them. However, he has been the subject of comments from trolls who believe that Drake called out his name during one of his tracks.

For a multitude of reasons, Certified Lover Boy has garnered considerable attention. Some people just love Drake’s songs, while others are thrilled to see a diverse list of collaborations.

If you’re on Twitter, you’ve probably seen a variety of memes and tweets where users make fun of Rubi.

Rubi uploaded a video to her personal Instagram account in which she and a few friends have been seen enjoying Drake’s new album.

The gang erupts in laughter as Drake utters the words, eagerly anticipating the part where he says “two-tone Ruby Rose.”

Rubi is drinking from a bottle as she rejoices at the mention of Drake in her song, or at least that’s what she imagined.

Who is Ruby Rose?

Rose was born Rubi Rose Benton to an Eritrean refugee mother and a Black American and Japanese father in Kentucky. Her father’s family is from the African-American community. Her father, John Benton, is a lawyer and her mother, Nardos Ghebrelul, is a dentist.

He has a younger sister and an older sister. She resided in Geneva, Switzerland, for more than a year. During her freshman year of high school, she moved to Snellville, Georgia. She attended Georgia Public College and majored in politics.

Rose rose to fame after appearing in the video for the Migos song “Bad & Boujee.” Around this time, she began appearing on a Twitch stream alongside DJ Akademiks. He is a Jamaican born rap/hip hop host. He released new and original music in 2019 and gained momentum with his song “Big Mouth.”

Rubi Rose makes a surprise appearance in the music video for pop star Cardi B’s song “WAP,” which has been playing on our speakers since August 7, 2020. Chris Turner signed her to LA Reid’s record label Hitco Average, in 2019.
Rose released her first official album, For the Streets, on December 25, 2020, with special performances by Future and PartyNextDoor.

Why is Rubi Rose standing up to trolls?

As mentioned, Rubi was happy when she thought that Drake yells her name in this song.

Rubi’s happiness was short-lived when she realized that Drake was referring to Ruby Rose, the watch company, not her.
Twitter users took the opportunity to mock the singer for mistaking a watch brand for her own name. Soon, people started sharing memes about her.
Rubi, on the other hand, laughed off the uncertainty and decided not to take the negative comments seriously as she discussed the hilarious experience on Twitter.

The rapper added, “Lmfao damn you all trolls let me keep smiling.” After uploading the actual video of her with a message from one of her followers saying: “Not Rubi Rose thinking Drake was singing about her.

Also read: Drake breaks Spotify and Apple Music records with ‘Certified Lover Boy’

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