The rapper proved he’s an enormous softie at coronary heart by taking a fast snooze together with his little boy and sharing the cute pic together with his Instagram followers.
If there have been a contest for greatest post-Thanksgiving nap picture, Drake and his little boy, Adonis, would certainly win it this 12 months. The 34-year-old rapper shared a candy snap on Instagram on Nov. 27, exhibiting him resting his head on the shoulder of the 3-year-old. (See beneath.) Whereas the “Hotline Bling” star closed his eyes, his toddler snuggled up shut as he munched on snacks in a bowl.
The blissful second was an immediate hit with Drake’s well-known followers. Former skilled basketball participant, Justin Laboy wrote, “True Kings Increase New Kings. God Bless.” Fellow rapper OB OBrien additionally cherished the pic. “Contemporary braid up,” he wrote, referring to the blond boy’s cornrow. “Ketchup chips. Dads [sic] the goat. Life is nice * future voice *.”
The Black Friday picture isn’t the primary time that the Canadian rapper has proudly shared pics of his son. Again on Oct. 11, Adonis rocked an afro and a smile whereas posing in a roomful of balloons together with his dad in honor of his third birthday. “Younger Stunna,” Drake captioned the picture.
In June, the star celebrated Father’s Day by sharing a snap of his infant, wanting sleepy, sitting up in mattress, whereas carrying his PJs. “Blissful Fathers [sic] Day to all the actual g’z dealing with enterprise,” Drake wrote.
It’s not clear the place the “God’s Plan” rapper celebrated Thanksgiving, however he has been spending high quality time with Adonis and the little boy’s mom, Sophie Brussaux, this 12 months, amid the coronavirus pandemic. On Nov. 8, the French artist and mannequin shared an cute video clip on Instagram of her doing yoga, whereas Adonis mirrored her strikes on a close-by mat. “Yoga Sundays with my child yogi,” she captioned the clip.
As idyllic as their co-parenting life collectively seems, on Nov. 23, in a completely unrelated put up, Drake took the time to remind his followers that – usually – we shouldn’t decide actual life by way of the prism of social media. “Life can look good in an image however we don’t dwell in photos simply know dat [sic],” he captioned a photograph of himself grinning.
Setting that rule of thumb apart, Drake’s Black Friday nap pic seems fairly blissful – an cute snapshot of father and son, having fun with one another’s firm.