- Taking to social media, rapper Drake shared a video of his son Adonis playing basketball
- Adonis was showing off his mad basketball skills while he was shooting hoops in the house
- Social media users took to the comments section of the video to admire the boy's game
Canadian rapper Drake was hanging out with his son Adonis recently and he shared some snaps on social media. Drake hadn't been a part of his son's life until Pusha T spilled the beans about him in a diss rap song.
Since then, Drake has been very active in his son's life and shares pictures and videos of him on social media. In the latest video that Drake posted, Adonis can be seen shooting hoops indoors with one of his father's songs playing in the background.
Being a celebrity and a parent is not easy, trying to balance work life and home life can be taxing but Drake makes it look easy. The rapper is dedicated to his son's happiness and it shows.
Social media users found the video very cute and it was re-shared by Complex on Twitter. Check out some of the reactions below:
"Pusha T taught him well!"
"Celebrity kids age differently lol."
"Looking better than how his dad was playing back then."
"The Nets have signed Adonis to a 10-day contract."
"He’s like 2ft from the hoop, not impressive in my eyes."
Check out the video below:
In other world celebrity news, Briefly.co.za reported that Canadian hitmaker Drake praised the influential US rapper Bow Wow. Drake has just heaped praise on what many might call a rap legend, Bow Wow, saying he wouldn't be where he is if it were not for his notable friend.
The 34-year-old singer and songwriter has earned a spot in the majestic Billboard Hot 100 debut where his three songs are topping the charts.
On the latest occasion he saw befitting a celebration, Drake opted for a '1-2-3' themed party and it involved a cake and a party where the likes of Bow Wow and others were part of as well as a number of notable visitors.
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Source: Briefly News