Leonardo DiCaprio Did NOT Have ‘Awkward’ Dinner With Rihanna And Nina Agdal, Despite Report
Leonardo DiCaprio did not have an “awkward” dinner with his girlfriend Nina Agdal and Rihanna on Saturday night, despite a new tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this falsehood. We’re told the claim is “wrong on every level.”
OK! begins its latest article, “Two’s company, three’s a crowd,” before noting Rihanna joined DiCaprio and Agdal for dinner at Cipriano in New York, along with Cara Delevingne. So technically, it was four people who had dinner. Anyway, the tabloid tries to claim it was “awkward” for Rihanna to be “reunited with ex-flame Leonardo DiCaprio and his current girlfriend Nina Agdal.” And to back up its claim, the outlet reminds its readers that DiCaprio and Rihanna were “spotted getting cozy during a Coachella festival after-party in April.”
The tabloid ends it bare on facts story by speculating about what “caused the two to reunite over dinner” and asking, “Can you say awkward?” But the only thing that’s truly awkward is how entirely inaccurate the magazine’s reporting is.
The reality is DiCaprio and Rihanna never dated. They’re just very good friends, which explains why the singer had dinner with him, his model girlfriend and Delevingne. Nor did Rihanna and DiCaprio hook up at Coachella. That inaccuracy was first reported by OK!‘s sister site RadarOnline. But, as Gossip Cop exclusively noted at the time, DiCaprio saw Rihanna at Coachella for a few minutes, during which they briefly caught up and went their separate ways.
Frankly, the tabloid seems to have a bad track record when it comes to reporting about the love lives of both celebrities. In the past, Gossip Cop busted the publication for falsely alleging Rihanna was having sex with Eminem on their Monster Tour. We also were the first to correct the outlet’s cover story last year that embarrassingly claimed DiCaprio was engaged to Kelly Rohrbach. In any event, a DiCaprio confidant exclusively tells Gossip Cop the magazine’s new article is “wrong on every level.”