Drake Joins Sophie Brussaux In Sharing Photos Of Their Son, Adonis, On His Birthday
Both Drake and his baby mama have taken social to share photos of their son, baby Adonis, on his second birthday.
Sophie Brussaux posted a sweet picture where she is breastfeeding baby Adonis and captioned it in French: "Fils de ma vie, être ta Maman est la plus belle chose au monde ❤️...2 ans déjà mon Adonis."
Here is the translation: "Son (love) of my life, being your mom is the most beautiful thing in the world ❤️ ... 2 years already, my Adonis."
Drake also took to Instagram where he shared a picture from Adonis' birthday party and captioned it: "Happy Birthday King."
One fan had this reaction: "What’s the point of showing your child off on social media and you block out his face😂 She said “y’all wanna see this baby? Not by the hair of my Chinny Chin Chin!” 😂💙🙌🏾. Yeah, that’s great, but he still looks like a newborn if you ask me. It’s good to see that They’re on good terms. 👑"
This person claimed: "Okay, but what does drake son look like 😩😍😍 she is so pretty. Drake's wife is so beautiful and mixed. 😍 She looks pretty in that picture! She has her angles. 😂"
Another social media user wrote: "Drake gone have her Instagram snatched up she keeps playing. Somebody on the internet gon figures out how to uncover that."
This follower claimed: "Drake has hidden this child for two years. I’m so shook. All of you always want to see people’s kids then make fun of them later. October’s very own.🦉"
Drake recently spoke about his relationship with Sophie while on HBO's The Shop , explaining: "I am a single father learning to communicate with a woman who, you know, we've had our moments. I do want to be able to explain to my son what happened. But I don't have any desire for him to like not to love his mother... I don't ever want the world to be angry at his mother. Like, we have found ourselves in a situation, and we are both equally responsible, and now, like, I'm just really excited to be a great father."
Drake also had a fallout with his father, Dennis Graham, and he had this to say about ity: "Woke up today, so hurt man. My father will say anything to anyone willing to listen to him. It's sad when the family gets like this, but what can we do that's the people we are stuck with...every bar I ever spit was the truth, and the truth is hard for some people to accept."
Drake has evolved on fatherhood.