Drake is one proud dad.
The "God's Plan" rapper can't stop gushing about his one-year-old son, Adonis, TMZ reports. Sources told the gossip site, Drake and his son's mother, Sophie Brussaux, have a "pretty remarkable relationship" with zero drama. They are reportedly co-parenting seamlessly, which has allowed the 32-year-old rapper and Adonis to develop a super strong father-son relationship.
The insider also said Drake FaceTimes his son every day. While he'd rather be with his baby boy, the Canadian rapper's tour schedule makes that a little difficult. However, Drake reportedly gets regular updates about Adonis, including photos, which he shares with his friends and family. He even has baby Adonis as his screensaver on his phone. As fans know, Drake has a tattoo of his son on his right forearm.
As for his relationship with Sophie, the source said she "couldn't be happier" with their co-parenting relationship. Drake reportedly sends private jets to pick her and their baby boy up so he can Adonis. As fans know, Drake and Sophie are on such good terms he even invited her to his Paris concert earlier this week. The "In My Feelings" rapper pulled out all the stops for Sophie and her friend at his Paris concert on Wednesday (March 14). Not only were the two VIP, Drake also had an after show hangout with them at a Parisian restaurant.
Drake opened up about his co-parenting relationship with Sophie back in October. "I am a single father learning to communicate with a woman who, you know, we've had our moments," he shared during an episode of Lebron James' The Shop, explaining that having a baby with someone he was not in a relationship with wasn't what he necessary planned for his life. However, he said he has "unconditional love" for the mother of his child.
"I do want to be able to explain to my son what happened," he continued. "But I don't have any desire for him to like not love his mother or I don't want like, 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." Adding, "Because I want [my son] to love his mother and I have to project that energy. But I didn't come from that. I came from my mother being like, 'Nah, your dad is this.' But one thing my dad would never speak ill of my mother, ever ever ever, and my mother is the nicest, kindest, sweetest woman, but she's a woman scorned and a woman who, you know, is exhausted."
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