In 2017 Drake met Celine Dion backstage at the Billboard Music Awards and proclaimed “I'm like a year away from getting a Celine tat." It seems the Canadian songstress has not been able to forget those ominous words, because this week she addressed her fellow countryman in an interview with iHeart Radio Canada to avoid a national tragedy from happening. "Please, Drake, I love you very much," Dion said, “Can I tell you something? Don't do that."

Drake is known for getting tats of muses and musical influences. Currently sporting not one, but two murals of Sade.

It seems Dion does not want to meet the same fate. She pleaded, “You can write me love letters. You can send me autographs for my kids. You can come and visit. I can have you home for lunch or dinner. We can go for a drink. We can sing together. Whatever you want to do. I can talk to your mother. Whatever you want, but please..." Watch her heartfelt PSA below.

And if you want a look at Drake's truly ridiculous tattoos, check out our list of the absolute worst tattoos in hip-hop history.

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