Imaan Hammam, Dutch model of Egyptian/Moroccan descent, sparked relationship rumors with Canadian rapper Drake after the two were seen cozying up at the launch of Hammam's collaboration with the U.S. lifestyle brand Frame in New York City, the U.S.

But that wasn't their first sighting together. According to The Daily Mail, Drake was spotted leaving the 23-year-old model's apartment after they both attended the Nike fashion show in NYC earlier this month. 

Hammam's plus-one was there to support her during the launch of her limited-edition ready-to-wear collection with Frame

From back-to-back Vogue magazine covers and the British Fashion Awards to the Milan Fashion Week and Moschino shows, Hammam's rise to the top has only just begun. 

Ever since she was discovered at the Amsterdam Central Station at the age of 13, the Arab-African model has been featured in campaigns, magazine covers, and fashion shows. She's worked with high street retailers such as H&M and TopShop, as well as luxury brands such as Versace and Alexander McQueen.

But true Drizzy fans already know this wouldn't be the first time Drake falls for a Moroccan ... so the rumors must be true. After all, his songs Look What You've Done and Best I Ever Had were inspired by his first true love: Zineb Samir, aka Nebby. (Hint: Nebby is of Moroccan origin.)

With Drake's history of having a thing for Arabs, could Imaan Hammam be on the other end of his hotline bling

Let's just say Twitter had a blast upon hearing the news of his most recent "bae." 

Drake reportedly leaving Hammam's apartment in NYC after spending the night

The best thing about this possible new link up? All the jokes. Are y'all ready for Drake's Arabic accent?

Or his face with a unibrow?

Let's take a moment to pray for all the hits we might possibly get

Hammam's last name rings a bell ... if you know, you know

Dear Drake, please don't write a track while crying in her brother Hamoody's bathroom

"I buy you champagne but you love some bebzi”

Would she take him back to her hometown?

Some didn't quite take the news so well

"These women gotta stop settling"