Rihanna and Drake Mourn Loss of ‘Angel on Earth’ Cancer Patient, Loyal Fan

Drake, Rihanna
Rihanna arrives at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards at T-Mobile Arena on May 22, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada; Drake attends Jewel Nightclub at the Aria Resort & Casino on May 21, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic; Gabe Ginsberg/Getty Images

Rest in peace. Rihanna and Drake joined forces to remember one special fan, cancer patient Megan Flores, via Instagram posts in her honor on Saturday, July 9.

“Rest in peace my angel,” Drake captioned a photo of a smiling Flores using the flower crown filter on Snapchat. “I know heaven is celebrating today. Thank you for the moments and emotions we share I am blessed to have known you in this lifetime @ovomegann.”

Rihanna, 28, shared a throwback photo of the rumored couple posing with Flores several months ago.

“I had the pleasure of meeting an angel on earth!” the “Work” singer captioned the photo, in which Flores sits sandwiched between the two superstars. “After my show in Miami, @champagnepapi introduced me to Megan! She’s inspired me so much with her strength and her perspective on life! So fearless and kind!”

“It’s heavy news that I can’t slide in your DMs anymore like I used to!!” Rihanna continued. “There was always a smile waiting for me there! You brightened any day! Rest up baby girl! We will miss you!!”

Flores was reportedly battling terminal cancer when she met both artists in March through the Make-a-Wish Foundation.

“BEST DAY OF MY LIFE!, I MET THE LOML (Love of my life),” she shared via Instagram at the time. “He was so sweet & down to earth. Gave me and my family some OVO clothing. BEST DAY EVER. NO LIE. @champagnepapi LOVE YOU!”

The teen even used her photo with Drake as her profile photo for her Instagram account.

Drake joined Rihanna for her London leg of her Anti world tour, sparking rumors of a possibly rekindled romance.

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