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Drama at 1OAK as Drake, Leo, viciously compete for Sotomayor's heart

Drama at 1OAK as Drake, Leo, viciously compete for Sotomayor's heart

NEW YORK -- It's the love triangle to end all love triangles: International rap superstar Drake and Oscar-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio are reportedly feuding after Drake put the moves on Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, the Latina legal genius DiCaprio has openly lusted after for years.

Things allegedly blew up at 2 a.m. Saturday morning at the famous New York hotspot 1OAK, where Sotomayor was partying with her notorious "pussy posse" of powerful D.C. single ladies, including squad-member and White House Chief of Staff Huma Abedin, who was seen doing tequila shots and screaming "POTUS is my fucking homegirl!"

Page Six reports that as soon as DiCaprio approached Sotomayor, the Revenant actor started showering the judge with Cristal and offering her hits from his vape pen. But the Oscar winner's seduction scheme backfired when Drake showed up to the club with his crew and immediately put the moves on Sotomayor.

"Her gown just really does it for me," Drake was overheard telling the bouncer.

Drake proceeded to woo the Supreme Court Justice with diamonds, caviar and a half dozen live flamingos. Insiders say that Sotomayor "totally responded to Drake," while romantic rival Leo "looked sullen, threw down his vape pen, then started manically dialling the Victoria's Secret Model emergency call line."

The celebrity gossip intelligentsia is still processing the Drake/Sotomayor/Leo love triangle bombshell. On Sunday, neither Aminatou Sow nor Ann Friedman were immediately available for comment, but Call Your Girlfriend producer Gina Delvac said via Twitter that the podcast hosts are monitoring the situation carefully.

Who? Weekly's hosts Bobby Finger and Lindsey Weber note that according to Lainey Gossip, 1OAK bouncers turned Rita Ora away at the door because "the Adidas model forgot to bring state-issued ID," and the podcast's Facebook page is courageously debating whether 1OAK is a "who" or a "them."

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