Drake was proud to receive a new painting from his son for Father’s Day.
The 32-year-old musician was given a special piece of artwork by 20-month-old Adonis – who he has with former adult movie star Sophie Brussaux – to mark the special day on Sunday (16.06.19) and quickly took to Instagram to share his gift with his fans.
The picture featured a stencil of the word ‘Papa’ against an abstract background of green, blue, pink and yellow spots.
Drake captioned the post: “Happy Fathers Day [blue heart emoji]”
This isn’t the first time Drake has been impressed by his son’s artistic ability as in December, he showed off his Christmas gift from Adonis, a colorful design featuring the tot’s handprints. He captioned that post: “Adonis > Picasso don’t @ me”
Drake previously admitted he had turned to his own upbringing for tips on how to be a father.
He said last October: “I’m just excited. [I’ve been drawing on] all of the things I’ve learned from and through my father and the incredible things I’ve learned through my mother about patience, about unconditional love.”
But he also confessed to being “scared” to tell his mother he was to be a dad because he and Sophie were never in a relationship. He said: “[I was] more scared to tell my mom because my mom has had real belief and real relationships with women in my life, like, over the course of my years.
“I’m sure she would expect or be elated if I were to have gotten one of those women pregnant … So it was tough for me to tell her that it’s somebody that she’s never met.”
And the ‘God’s Plan’ hitmaker has been on a high after the Toronto Raptors won the NBA finals after a competitive game against the Golden State Warriors last week (3/06/2019). The ‘Degrassi’ teenshow lead actor is now one of Canada’s biggest rappers and has gone on to diversify his investments, even creating an OVO Training Facility for the Raptors.
According to reports, Drake has been over the moon with the recent win, hanging out with the Raptors crew to celebrate the iconic NBA title win.
Toronto’s City News reports, “more Toronto Raptors players returned to Canada, along with rapper Drake, after days of celebrating the team’s historic NBA championship win south of the border. The John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport tweeted Sunday afternoon that some players had touched down aboard Drake’s private Cargojet plane.” And Drake took to Instagram to share the special moment with the 24-k gold gilded NBA Championship trophy.
The historic victory is the first time that the title has gone to a non-American team.