Jennifer Lopez isn’t saying much when it comes to the rumors surrounding her relationship with Drake.
Appearing on Tuesday’s The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the singer played coy when asked about the possible pairing. “We did a song together, if that’s what you’re asking,” Lopez said.
DeGeneres continued to pry, showing a picture of the two embracing. “I hang out with a lot of friends, and we never hang out like that,” the host joked.
“He sent me a song that he wanted me to be on, and then I got on the song,” responded Lopez, to which DeGeneres jokingly replied, “But you got on the song. What’s that mean? I don’t know your straight lingo.”
Considering the 17-year age gap between Lopez, 47, and Drake, 30, the conversation naturally moved to the perception that the singer only dates younger men — a charge that she took great issue with.
“Okay, first of all: Stop. I don’t date younger men. It’s not like you have to be younger; it’s not about that,” she said. “It’s about the person. It’s about who they are. It has nothing to do with age. … It’s about whether or not I’m attracted to them or not — attracted to their spirit, their soul, their energy.”
DeGeneres then quipped, “Yeah, their body, whatever,” and Lopez quickly agreed.
The “single” and “too busy” Lopez went on to play a game of “Who You’d Rather,” where she might not have helped end the dating-younger-guys narrative.