Drake's song lyrics are once again topic of discussion among his Muslim fans, and this time, people are speculating whether he had an intimate relationship with a hijab-wearing woman.

The Canadian rapper released his new album, Scorpion, on June 29, breaking the record for the most one-day streams for an album on Apple Music.

Naturally, social media users have been widely discussing the album that features 25 tracks, including the Platinum Award-winning songs "God's Plan" and "Nice for What."

"Headscarf for after our relations. No judgment is our arrangement."

One song, in particular, has grabbed the attention of Drake's Muslim fans, as it suggests he might have been involved with a Muslim woman.

In "Final Fantasy," the twelfth track in Side B of the double album, the rapper sings:

"Headscarf for after our relations. No judgment is our arrangement."

It is not clear whether he was referring to the Islamic headscarf or the head-wrap worn by some African American women, but some Twitter users seem to think it's the former case.

Here's what they had to say:

Some people are certain he is talking about a hijabi

And they couldn't help but tweet in all-caps

"I was shook"

This question is on everyone's mind

Fans demand an answer...

"Muslim representation"

Some wishful thinking

Others aren't so sure what Drake was referring to

Here's the real issue at hand though

However, this might be what Drake really meant

Not the first time Muslim fans obsess over Drake

Earlier this year, Muslim tweeps absolutely lost it over his usage of the word 'Inshallah' - which is Arabic for 'God Willing' - in his song "Diplomatic Immunity."

The lyrics of the song go as follows: "The TV playin' Al Jazeera. Inshallah, I hope the mission keeps on gettin' clearer."

At the time, Muslim women went into a complete meltdown, fangirling over the fact that Drake said one of the most common words in the Arabic language.

However, the rapper has previously stirred controversy after being accused of telling a woman to remove her hijab at one of his concerts in London.

This came after a video captured him telling a woman in the audience to take off her "hot ass scarf."

Drake then denied the accusations, saying he was addressing someone wearing a jacket and a winter scarf.

"I am well aware of what a hijab is and I would never make a disrespectful comment like that in my life towards someone who is wearing one," he wrote on Instagram at the time.