Drake Shares Adorable Photo of 2-Year-Old Son Adonis to Celebrate Father's Day
Drake thinks of his son on Father's Day.
On Sunday, the 33-year-old rapper "In My Feelings" shared an adorable photo of his 2-year-old child Adonis with Instagram and wished his fathers around the world a "happy Father's Day".
"Happy Father's Day to all real G'Z dealers?" Drake wrote next to the snapshot that showed his son cuddling in bed in colorful star pajamas.
This is the first Father's Day for which Drake shared a photo of his son on Instagram. The musician has so far only given insights into his life as a father - he shared photos of his son's works of art, Father's Day gifts and birthday party decorations - but never photos of Adonis that he shares with Sophie Brussaux.
In March, Drake finally gave the fans a rare glimpse into his personal life and released a handful of photos of his 2-year-old son with a warm message that he was separated from his family during the coronavirus pandemic.
"I love and miss my beautiful family and friends and I can't wait for the happy day when we can all reunite," Drake wrote.
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The star had distanced himself socially from son Adonis and his family for weeks during the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and had reportedly remained self-isolated at his Toronto home after being exposed to the virus earlier this month while he was with Together, NBA was player Kevin Durant - one of at least four Brooklyn Nets players who tested positive for COVID-19.
It is unclear whether he has reunited with his son since then.
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After sharing his son's photos, the Toosie Slide artist opened for Lil Wayne in an episode of Young Money Radio with Lil Wayne on Apple Music and discussed why he suddenly wanted to post photos of Adonis on social media it wasn't a move he "talked to or what I planned" about.
"It was great for me. It was great to just share that with the world," said the rapper about his Instagram posts. "I just woke up one morning and thought you know what? It's just something I want to do."
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"I want to be able to visit places with my son and share memories with my son," Drake said to Lil Wayne. "I don't want to feel just because of a life decision I made as a 'celebrity' to let everyone live under this blanket ... I just wanted to get rid of it."
Drake praised Lil Wayne for his commitment as a father and noted that "he has watched for years how he works as a rap father".
He also ascribed to other artists that they had shown him what "great family men" look like and how to reconcile father and musician. "I could only say how your kids would stare at you, how much time and effort you put in as a father," he said to Lil Wayne. "It really inspired me to just know that as a musician I can still make progress and be there for my son."
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