Sharon Stone, 63, ‘hanging out’ with 25-year-old rapper RMR in ‘hot girl summer’

Hollywood actress Sharon Stone is reoprtedly getting close to US rapper RMR, who is almost 30 years her junior.

The 63-year-old Basic Instinct star has reportedly been "hanging out all over LA" and "dancing at hip hop clubs" with the 25-year-old musician from Atlanta, Georgia.

Sources told Page Six that ageless stunner Sharon and RMR – known for his trademark ski mask – have allegedly been spotted enjoying dates all around Los Angeles and dancing to hip-hop music as they party together in the venues.

Last week, the duo apparently checked into various LA hotspots including The Highlight Room and Delilah – and the celebs have even been snapped together.

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A source claimed the bombshell blonde is having a 'hot girl summer', a term for when a girl is having the time of her life during the summer months, so you could nickname the star 'Hot Girl Summer Sharon'.

The source told Page Six: "She’s definitely having a hot girl summer.

"They were together hanging out with Drake’s [artist] PND, and they were canoodling and popping bottles.

"They were dancing to hip-hop. Chris Brown was also there.

The source went on to say that RMR, who shot to fame on YouTube after his song Rascal went viral in 2020, loves Sharon's 1995 epic crime film Casino.

The insider claimed that Sharon and RMR have a "unique friendship" and are on the same wavelength.

Sharon and RMR's bond has gone public as the stars have been seen liking each other's posts and career updates.

Daily Star has contacted Sharon's representatives for comment.

Golden Globe winner Sharon is no stranger to online dating and admitted to trying Bumble in the past, after she announced she had been booted off the platform after multiple users had reported her account as fake.

Back in December 2019, the star asked the app bosses to let her back onto the app by penning: "Don't shut me out off the hive."

Taking to Twitter with a screenshot of her message telling her she'd been barred from swiping, Sharon wrote: "I went on the @bumble dating sight and they closed my account.

"Some users reported that it couldn’t possibly be me! Hey @bumble, is being me exclusionary ?"

Luckily for Sharon, she was quickly invited back onto the app and a Bumble worker apologised, The Sun reported.

The Bumble agent explained the company is "honoured" to have her on the site and that users probably thought it was "too good to be true" that a star like Sharon was online mixing with the other singletons.

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