Drake hangs out with Avril Lavigne, Fefe Dobson like it’s the 2000s again

Drake hangs out with Avril Lavigne, Fefe Dobson like it’s the 2000s again

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This is everything, everything that we wanted.

Drake partied like it was 2003 when he linked up with Avril Lavigne and Fefe Dobson at his Young Money Reunion concert in Toronto on Saturday.

The “Jimmy Cooks” rapper, 35, posted a photo with the 37-year-old pop-rock singers, both of whom rose to fame in the early 2000s, to his Instagram Story.

“Dreeeeaaamy,” he wrote, tagging fellow Ontario natives Lavigne and Dobson.

Drake wore a shirt covered in flames in the social media upload. He wrapped his arms around Dobson and Lavigne, both of whom were dressed in all-black outfits.

The OVO founder has fanboyed over both Lavigne and Dobson in the past.

Drake shared his love for the “Sk8er Boi” singer in February by posting a snapshot of her first album, “Let Go,” to his Instagram Story.

And in 2013, Lavigne described the “Degrassi” alum approaching her at a concert to tell her how big of a fan he was of hers.

“I was watching Katy Perry last night, and Drake was there watching,” she told E! News at the time. “He was so excited to meet me. He said, ‘I listened to you growing up.’ And I go, ‘Oh, my God! How old are you?’ He goes, ’26. You hold a very special place in my heart.’”

Lavigne appears to be a fan of the entire Young Money crew, as she shared a photo of her and Lil Wayne on Saturday from the concert.

“Reunion vibez with da squad babbbbyyy!” Weezy, 39, captioned his own post featuring a photo of him and Lavigne smiling backstage.

Wayne hosted the Young Money Reunion concert alongside Nicki Minaj and Drake.

The trio performed several hits together including “HYFER,” “Moment 4 Life” and “The Motto.”

While the show was supposed to be part of Drake’s October World Weekend festival, billed as the “Road to OVO,” it was postponed to Saturday when the “Sticky” rapper tested positive for COVID-19.

Drake told his Instagram followers last week that he was “truly devastated” by the date change, writing, “I am so sorry for letting you down on our weekend together and the moment I test negative I will give you everything I got on stage (except the Covid).”

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