Halle Berry Seemingly Calls Out Drake for Using a Photo of Her Without Permission: ‘I Thought Better of Him!’

Halle Berry doesn’t seem too happy with Drake at the moment.

The Oscar winner, 57, apparently approached the 36-year-old rapper without asking her permission to use a photo of her covered in green “slime” at the 2012 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards for the cover of his new single “Slime” You Out” featuring SZA .

On Friday, the actress shared a message on her Instagram that appeared to be directed at the Canadian singer.

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“Sometimes you gotta be the bigger guy…even if you’re a woman!” the message read. Letting the post speak for itself, she added a hand emoticon with a finger pointing up as the caption.

With several fans speculating that the post was aimed at the “One Dance” singer, Berry confirmed that was the case when she responded to an Instagram user who asked her in the comments what she thought of the cover art for Drake’s newly announced single.

“I didn’t get my permission. That’s not cool. I thought better of him!” the Bruised the director-star wrote in response.

Halle Berry’s Instagram.

Halle Berry/Instagram

She added in another comment, “Hence my post today. When people you admire disappoint you, you have to be a bigger person and move on!”

She also responded to another user who wrote: “It’s a principle people 🤷🏽‍♀️ You get it.. you get it.. you don’t get it.. ohhh ok… it’s a principle!”

“Exactly!! It’s about principles and integrity. I’m so happy so many of you are getting it,” Berry commented.

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Halle Berry’s Instagram.

Halle Berry/Instagram

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After both began teasing the song on Wednesday, Drake and SZA, 33, announced their collaboration on Friday when they shared the promotional single’s artwork and tagged each other in their Instagram posts.

“😳💚,” Drake captioned his Instagram post. SZA also shared a series of emojis in the caption of her post: “🤮🤭👀.”

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“Slime You Out” marks the second single from Drake’s upcoming album For all dogs and the first collaboration between a hip-hop artist (whose real name is Aubrey Drake Graham) and an R&B singer (whose real name is Solán Imani Rowe).

In the five-minute song, Drake and SZA criticize the childish behavior of ex-lovers and the opposite sex, using Nickelodeon’s “slime” as a metaphor for the juvenile habits they’ve seen in past relationships.

“Slimin’ you out, I’m slimin’ you out, I’m slimin’ you out,” they each sing in chorus.

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