Drake & Jennifer Lopez Already Have A Ship Name & People Are So Not Here For It
The news of two celebrities hanging out usually spreads like wildfire and that's definitely what's happening with Drake and Jennifer Lopez. Ever since they both shared an Instagram Wednesday of themselves cuddling with no caption whatsoever, Twitter has been blowing up with all kinds of responses and questions. Are they dating? Are they just friends? Are they making beautiful music together — literally? (Bustle has reached out to their reps for comment, but has yet to receive a response._ Whatever is going on, one thing remains certain and that is there's already a Drake and Jennifer Lopez ship name.
Really, would you expect anything less? It only makes sense that there is a couple name for the two musicians who may not even be a couple. So, what exactly are people calling them? Their ship name is none other than DrayLo. That's right, DrayLo.
As I'm sure you can imagine, there are many opinions out there about the ship name alone, and a lot of people are not fans of it. I mean, it's really not the greatest celebrity shipper name, but what else would you call the possible couple? Drennifer? Jake? There aren't many options, so I guess DrayLo is the way to go.
Though, it is unfortunate that the name sounds awfully similar to a particular plumbing product. There are others who also think it's more fitting for a prehistoric creature and some who just can't help but express how "ugly" it is. Either the following individuals are letting out their frustrations over the fact that Lopez and Drake might be dating or they really just hate the name and want to call them something else entirely.
Draylo seriously sounds like something I clean my toilet with— #ForeverMine (@mcprodyg) December 28, 2016
Draylo sounds like a dinosaur not a ship name wyd— sara (@lilbieberveli) December 28, 2016
Yeah, people are so not here for the name DrayLo. It's only been a few hours and Lopez and Drake are already causing quite the stir. Just imagine what will happen if or when they confirm their status. Twitter won't be able to handle it.