No New Friends: 7 Celebrity BFFs
It seems like every year Drake delivers a new motto to live by. His latest song "No New Friends" has everyone claiming to be about that anti-social life. Sure loyalty is great, but is no new friends really beneficial? These seven celebrity BFF's believe so. The golden rule of keeping your circle small is a trend that will never go out of style. Click through to see our list of Celebrity BFFs. —Terry Carter
Rihanna & Melissa
Before she was a "bad gal", Robyn Fenty was just a good girl trying to make it from Barbados. From throwing subtle shade at Ciara and Karrueche to splurging on shopping sprees, her BFF Melissa Forde has been along for the whole ride. These girls prove their friendship is just like the rest of ours.
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Nicki Minaj & SB
Are they just friends? Are they lovers? We may never know. But one thing's for sure: SB has been supportive of Nicki's burgeoning rap career since her humble beginnings. Usually decked out in some icy watch or driving an expensive whip, having a female bestie like Nicki has it's perks.
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Frank Ocean & Tyler The Creator
When Frank was about to face the biggest truth of his life, Tyler was there to back up his brother. Frank's revelation of his attraction to men didn't cause any damage to their unbreakable friendship. These two are true example of bros for life.
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Jay-Z & Kanye
Usually when you have two rap kings with big egos like Jay and Ye, you're bound to have a clash. But that was not the case with these two partners. Instead, they teamed up to watch over their respective hip-hop thrones and solidify their spots as rap supremes.
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Beyoncé & Kelly Rowland
It seems like world has been waiting for these two R&B divas to feud forever. This year Kelly courageously revealed that she harbored envy towards Bey when she was at the top, but that didn't change her love for sister. "She is so incredibly supportive. One of the closest people to me. I love her to death," Kelly says of their relationship now.
Drake & J. Cole
The Toronto rapper made sure to show J. Cole love in support of his new album. Drake reportedly dished out $888 for several copies of Cole's Born Sinner album. It's great to see two young rappers, both who are aspiring to be the greatest, support each other efforts to win.
Justin Bieber & Lil Twist
At first, it seemed like an odd friendship. Justin Bieber, a perfectly primed pop star teaming up with Young Money rapper Lil Twist raised a few eyebrows but that didn't stop them from bonding. Bieber and Twist show that true friendship knows no bounds.
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