They are an on/off couple that are rumoured to be 'on' again.
And Rihanna appeared to fuel rumours once again on Sunday night, as she dined out with rapper Drake at L'Avenue in Paris.
Leaving separately, Rihanna covered her face with a fur scarf as she left the establishment, while Drake managed to leave undetected.
Rihanna dressed chic for the date, in a pair of skinny jeans and a formal beige top.
It is the second time this month the pair have been spotted together.
Earlier this month duo fuelled speculation they have rekindled their relationship after they were spotted getting into the same taxi outside Hooray Henry's in West Hollywood.
The duo, who collaborated on the track What's My Name in 2010, tried to keep the fact they were together under-wraps as they left the club separately.
The 25-year-old beauty left first before the 27-year-old rapper followed her out and got into her waiting taxi seconds later.
An insider recently told HollywoodLife.com that the Stay hitmaker began seeing Drake again late last year but they aren't ready to have a 'committed' relationship.
The source said: 'They're doing what they do on the low, and they like to keep it that way. They fill each other's needs when they can, and that's how they're choosing to roll.'
The Hold On, We're Going Home singer previously admitted in 2011 that Rihanna had unintentionally broken his heart.
He said: 'At the time it hurt, but she didn't mean to. I'll never put that on her. I was hurt because I slowly started to realise what it was. I guess I thought it was more.'
The R&B star got into an altercation with Rihanna's ex-boyfriend, Chris Brown, in 2012 but the pair have since buried the hatchet.
Drake on Rihanna : “She’s the ultimate fantasy. I mean, I think about it. Like ‘Man, that would be good’. We have fun together, she’s cool and shit. But we’re just friends, she’s my dog for life. I’m not after pussy like I was three years ago, when I was trying to make up for all the years when no girl would talk to me. But I haven’t met somebody that makes everybody else not matter."