Photos have emerged which allegedly show Drake’s baby and his baby’s mother.
Pusha T has claimed retired French porn star Sophie Brussaux had given birth to Drake’s alleged child in his track The Story of Adidon.
Brussaux had been photographed with the 31-year-old rapper, real name Aubrey Graham, in Amsterdam back in January, 2017, allegedly shortly after the time of the baby’s conception.
The baby boy has been named Adonis, the very same name mentioned by Pusha T in the diss track.
While pregnant, Brussaux – formerly known by the name Rosee Divine – shared pictures of her growing baby bump on Instagram, including one of her at an apparent baby shower where a blue baby shower cake could be seen.
Pusha T made the claim in the following lyrics:
Sophie knows better as your baby mother/ Cleaned her up for IG but the stench is on her / You are hiding a child
Adonis is your son / And he deserves more than an Adidas press run, that’s real / Love that baby, respect that girl / Forget she’s a porn star, let her be your world
He also made reference to Drake’s own father:
You mention wedding ring like it’s a bad thing
Your father walked away at five, hell of a dad thing
After the song was released, Brussaux – who now describes herself as an artist – deleted her Instagram account. She had not mentioned Drake in any of her posts.
Drake’s team told TMZ:
She has admitted to having multiple relationships. We understand she may have problems getting into the United States. She’s one of many women claiming he got them pregnant.
If it is in fact Drake’s child, which he does not believe, he would do the right thing by the child.
I get off twitter for a few hours and now Drake has a son??? pic.twitter.com/nRon0tGW4o
— Hip Hop (@HipHop) May 30, 2018
Twitter bout to find Drake's son Adonis' birth certificate in 2.5 seconds
— Jessica ? (@JUSS_JRICH) May 30, 2018
DRAKE got a son?
— SoLLUMINATI (@PrinceTatted) May 30, 2018
Drake: “youre not top 5 in your label”
Pusha T: “youre not in your son’s life and your producer about to die” pic.twitter.com/K8HfgEvs8U
— Hip Hop (@HipHop) May 30, 2018
Drake publicly declared his love for Rihanna but not his own son pic.twitter.com/opaXQ7RFL9
— Jay (@JaydonDien) May 30, 2018
#Drake : I only love my bed and my mamaaa im sorryy
drakes son: pic.twitter.com/DZCDQnlmn1
— Ekashi59 ? (@Eyueltad5) May 30, 2018
In May 2017 TMZ reported Brussaux had claimed the following text exchange had occurred between herself and Drake, alleging he had fathered her child:
Drake: I want you to have an abortion.
Brussaux: I can’t kill my baby simply to indulge you sorry.
Drake: Indulge me? F*** you.
Drake: You do know what you’re doing you think you’re going to get money.
Drake’s representative told TMZ how he had no clue whether or not the purported text message exchange was even real or taken out of context due to the fact they hadn’t seen the actual text.
The representative claimed Brussaux had slept with another prominent rapper within the same time period as Drake, stating how the other – unnamed – rapper has all but acknowledged the child to be his.
The feud T escalated last week after Pusha T used his latest album, Daytona to reference allegations of Drake using a ghost writer to pen some of his lyrics.
Drake, 31, hit back with Duppy Freestyle where he mentioned his rival’s engagement to Virginia Williams.
Stepping things up a gear, Pusha T then released the track where he brought up baby Adonis…
It seems Drake is in shock after that Pusha Diss.
Will Drake come out about his son?
Will he fire back?
Is Drake over with?
Find out on the next episode of Dragonball!
— Ty Ty (@Ty_J13) May 30, 2018
if you really think about it we are all drake's son
— Dylan (@d_pfeiff) May 30, 2018
How will Drake respond to this latest song?
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Jules studied English Literature with Creative Writing at Lancaster University before earning her masters in International Relations at Leiden University in The Netherlands (Hoi!). She then trained as a journalist through News Associates in Manchester. Jules has previously worked as a mental health blogger, copywriter and freelancer for various publications.