Oakland Dancer Claims She's Kiki on Drake's 'In My Feelings': 'I Was Kind of Surprised'
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K'yanna Barber says that she becomes convinced she is the woman referenced in the song when she hears her initial name in one of the verses.

AceShowbiz - The mystery to who is the Kiki on Drake's "In My Feelings" has seemingly been solved, and no, it's not Kim Kardashian. K'yanna Barber, a dancer from Oakland, California, has claimed in an interview with Power 106 Los Angeles that she is the woman referenced in the mega hit song.

"I was kind of surprised by it myself when I heard it," she said. "I was sitting in the living room with my son, my brother, my mom. We was just listening to the album ['Scorpion'] like everybody else. You know, it's Drake. He dropped new music. You listen to it."

Claiming she has known the hip-hop superstar for about three years, Barber shared that she dismissed the thought of her name being mentioned when she heard the first verse of the song. That's because there were "a lot of little Kikis running around in everybody hood."

However, she became convinced that Drake was rapping about her after she heard her initial name later on the song. "When we heard 'KB' that's when my mom started going crazy because that's my actual initials," she added.

When asked about her answer to the song's famous verse, "Kiki, do you love me?" Barber played coy by answering, "I feel like he knows the answer. You got to ask him. I don't know what he wants to hear back."

Fans previously speculated that Kim was the Kiki on "In My Feelings" after a bizarre fan theory ran rampage on Twitter. Kanye West wasn't happy about it, slamming Drake for making a song that could confuse people. "You know, if I had a girlfriend from Chicago, her name was Renita, and you was married to Rihanna, I wouldn't make no song called Riri...," Kanye said. "Don't make no record with nothing that can be confused."

Kim herself has debunked the rumors, saying, "Never happened. End of story."

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