AceShowbiz - Sharon Stone and RMR may be just friends despite rumors to the contrary. Following reports that they may be an item, it is now clarified that they are not dating. "They are friends, have been interacting on social media and hanging out on several occasions," a source tells PEOPLE of the nature of their relationship.
The dating rumors emerged after the the "Basic Instinct" star and the singer/songwriter have been spotted on several dates all over Los Angeles. According to Page Six which first broke the news, their most recent outings together allegedly included when they hit up hotspots Delilah and The Highlight Room, where they were seen dancing to hip-hop music last week.
"She's definitely having a hot girl summer," a source told the news outlet of the rumored couple's date night. "They were together hanging out with Drake's [artist] PND (PARTYNEXTDOOR), and they were canoodling and popping bottles. They were dancing to hip-hop. Chris Brown was also there."
"They're enjoying each other's company right now and hanging out. They're having a great time together," the source added. "They're on the same frequency and it's a very unique friendship."
Further fueling the dating speculation, the 63-year-old actress and the 25-year-old rapper have been interacting on social media, with him liking several of the actress' photos. Meanwhile, Sharon commented with applause emoji on RMR's video post in which he announced, "Can't wait to see all you Rascals at my shows, and everyone else ... Doing a US & Canada tour."
However, when Sharon appeared on "The Drew Barrymore Show" back in October, she declared she is no longer interested in dating and would rather spend her time with family and friends. "I'm done dating; I've had it with dating," the "Casino" star told host Drew Barrymore. "I just find people to be insincere and not worth my time."
"I enjoy my alone time and time with my kids and my friends more," she went on explaining. She added, "I have really good men friends but I just feel when it comes to emotional maturity in relationships that men and women are seemingly in different spots."