Drake's Baby Mama Attends His Paris Show
Drake had a special guest at his Paris show.
The rapper’s baby mama, Sophie Brussaux, was in attendance when his “Assassination Vacation Tour” pulled into AccorHotels Arena on Wednesday night (Mar. 13).
Sophie, who shares a one-and-a-half-year-old son named Adonis with Drake, appeared to be having a blast. Taking to Instagram Stories, she posted video of herself dancing with a drink in hand as Adonis’ father performed hits like “One Dance.”
— UTOR (@UTORMusic) March 14, 2019
According to TMZ, Drake rolled out the red carpet for Sophie, who had an all-access pass to the show. Despite a rocky past, the two have maintained a positive relationship for their son, who was born on Drake’s birthday.
Drake flew them out on a private jet for Christmas in 2017. “I only met you one time, introduced you to St. Nick,” Drake rapped on “March 14” off Scorpion. “I think he must have brought you like 20 gifts.”
He also gushed about his son while speaking to LeBron James on HBO’s “The Shop” last year. “I have a son, he’s a beautiful boy,” he said, while showing James a photo. “Crazy blue eyes, baby blue eyes.”
Drake, whose “Assassination Vacation Tour” with Tory Lanez continues through April, recently celebrated the opening of the OVO Athletic Centre, the training facility for the Toronto Raptors. “I am so proud of my brothers and so proud to be from this city,” he wrote. “I swear this one feels like a high school dream and it’s a blessing to be able to raise up the levels and make the human mind stretch when it comes to thinking about what is possible in your lifetime!!”
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Introducing the OVO Athletic Centre, the official training facility for the Toronto Raptors. 🇨🇦 just wanted to add that I am so proud of my brothers and so proud to be from this city I swear this one feels like a high school dream and it’s a blessing to be able to raise up the levels and make the human mind stretch when it comes to thinking about what is possible in your lifetime!! Much love to everyone involved
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