Last weekend, Canadian rapper Drake dropped two new tracks as part of his EP Scary Hours ... and Muslim tweeps absolutely lost it over his usage of the word 'Inshallah'.

The 31-year-old singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, and entrepreneur used the word - which is Arabic for 'God Willing' - in his song 'Diplomatic Immunity'.

Drake skilfully managed to rhyme the word inshallah with Al Jazeera and Shakira. The lyrics of the song goes as follows:

"The TV playin' Al Jazeera

Inshallah, I hope the mission keeps on gettin' clearer

Whenever, wherever, OVO will always be together like Shakira..."

Naturally, Muslim women went into a complete meltdown, fangirling over the fact that Drake said one of the most common Arabic words out there.

But, it didn't stop there. The jokes were never-ending...

"I'm dragging him to the mosque and we're getting married"

GIFs took over the internet

Things escalated pretty quickly: "How do I get my nikah with Drake"

Assalamualaikum ... or should we say: *Oh Hello You*

When Drake says inshallah ... so you say inshallah ... and we all say inshallah

Three words: "I felt that"

"Girl we going to Islam?"

Over-exaggeration be like: "Drake said inshallah. 2018 is gonna be a good year."

Hilarious reaction videos soon followed...

"Inshallah, I hope the mission keeps on gettin' clearer" - Sister Drake, 2018

Countless memes came to life

Drake = Zamzam Sheikh

"Plot Twist: He's Jewish"

Wait ... can someone teach Drake how to pronounce inshallah?

Drawing comparisons: "Drake can use inshallah in his songs, but when I say it I get called a terrorist"

Drake's definitely not the first to use a Muslim word in a song