- US rapper 50 Cent was baffled when he noticed fellow celebrity Drake's son looks exactly like the musician's mother
- The Power series producer said Drake's genes were strong and played a huge role in how the kid looks
- To 50, Drake's son Adonis inherited every bit of his grandmother's features
American rapper and singer Drake has become a beacon of hope to many of his fans after recently unveiling his only son Adonis and claiming his baby mama.
Not only did he trigger a baby fever across the globe, but he also left his fellow celebrities marvelling over the resemblance between his little one his mother.
Vocal and feisty African American rapper 50 Cent who surprisingly chose to spread positivity for a change said Drake sired a boy who was a complete replica of his lovely mum.
The man behind hit television series said genetics had played a strong role in the rebirth and noted that Drake’s genes were really strong.
The Canadian-born rapper has a Caucasian mum and a black father, making him mixed race.
However, Drake’s son has fairer skin than the celebrity, a pair of ocean blue eyes and a head full of curly blonde hair.
None of these features were passed down by either of the boy’s parents.
Funnily enough, a side-by-side photo of Drake’s mum and his son easily suggests the two come from one family.
But what tickled and fascinated 50 Cent was how both the family members of Drake looked like one and the same person.
The news of Drake’s son trended all over social media as the singer was careful to hide the boy’s face for a whole two years.
He even failed to share news of his baby mama’s pregnancy but social media sleuths were clever enough to unveil the truth for themselves.
The musician was outed as a father back in 2017 by rapper Pusha T while the two were beefing.
When people became restless and judgmental, Drake said he was not hiding his son from the world and instead claimed he was hiding the world from his son.
Basically, the rapper wanted to protect his heir from the bitterness of the world.
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