Rumor of a possible new Hollywood couple hit the Internet after the singer began posting a number of snapshots with HBK Gang rapper Sage the Gemini (real name Dominic Wynn Woods). Instantly, fans began to wonder: Is love in the stars for Sparks and Sage the Gemini?
What began as seemingly two friends hanging out, or working out, together, quickly turned into something more with the increase of photos and more interesting captions. Especially the latest, which comes from Sparks just a few hours ago.
The sweet picture shows the duo getting close while enjoying the snow, and the caption read, "'Freeze the moment, it's never been better...'"
The posts aren't one-sided, either. The 22-year-old "Gas Pedal" rapper has also been sharing pictures of him and Sparks together, and even posted a snapshot of his (maybe) lady with the hashtag #WCE (Woman Crush Everyday).
Although neither of the stars have just come out and said they're a couple, the IG posts definitely suggest there's something going on. E! News has reached out for comment.
The 25-year-old singer's forthcoming album Right Here, Right Now is due out in mid-May and during her chat with E! News last month, she shared that there are "a couple" of songs about ex Jason Derulo, from whom she split in September after nearly three years of dating.
Asked how her public breakup influenced the recording process, she candidly replied, "Everybody...takes experiences from their personal life and puts it in there because that's how you get the emotion...that's how that one fan that is laying in her room puts on your record and she cries with you because she feels it with you...I've always drawn from personal experiences to sing songs."
"When I was 17 and I put out my first record, I had never been in love like that before. So doing a song like 'No Air,' I had to imagine what it would feel like to lose somebody that I loved that much...now, I know what it feels like to feel like I can't get out of bed in the morning because it hurts so bad or feel like I can't breathe, but I also know the other side. Like, I know what those butterflies feel like...so I think it's pretty natural to take personal experiences and put them into your music."