After being spotted with a new woman in his arms just recently, it seems Leonardo DiCaprio went right back to Rihanna, as they were seen clubbing together. Or did they really? Read on for more details.
On Friday, Feb. 13, Rihanna and Leonardo DiCaprio were spotted in the Up and Down nightclub in New York City. They were later seen leaving the place in separate cars at around 4:00 a.m. In contrast to DiCaprio’s casual jeans and button-down shirt, Rihanna was spotted wearing a stand-out outfit which consists of a burgundy dress covered by a pink furry coat, apparently because she attended a Fendi store opening before heading to the club.
This latest meeting came out as a bit of a surprise. Even though Rihanna and DiCaprio have been spotted together in many other occasions prior to this one, their previous meeting last week didn’t exactly show them being together.
According to a report from Radar Online, DiCaprio was accompanied by a blonde model while Rihanna was on a table with 1Oak club owner Richie Akiva last Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015. Di Carpio and the model was spotted ‘making out’ by the DJ booth and Rihanna was seated downstairs so she didn’t get to actually see the on-going action.
A day before she was spotted again in the same place with DiCaprio, Rihanna was also previously spotted still in the Up and Down nightclub. And this time, Daily Mail U.K. reported that she was seen partying together with her ex-boyfriend Drake that night.
As of the moment, Rihanna has not made any comments regarding her meeting DiCaprio in the Up and Down nightclub, nor that of her partying with Drake the day before. In any case, judging from Rihanna’s post at Instagram during Valentine’s Day, she’s not exactly in a romantic ‘mood’ at the moment.
So do you think there’s still something going on between Rihanna and Leonardo DiCaprio, despite their being seen hanging out with other people recently? Post your comments below.
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