The Raptors ambassador appears to be doing some scouting for his home team now, too.
Toronto Raptors ambassador Drake appears to be doing some scouting for the home team. While the rapper rehabs from a leg injury, he posted some video in his Instagram Story on Sunday (April 4) in which his three-year-old son Adonis shows off some impressive little man b-ball skills.
Adonis throws down a series of jumpers in the video, tossing a colorful ball into a hoop while getting some off-screen encouragement from a woman speaking to him in French and English.
According to fan re-posts of the clip, Drake added three rain emoji in the caption, a sign that dad is impressed with Adonis’ skills with the rock.
Drake rarely shares images of his son, who he co-parents with French-Canadian artist and former video model Sophie Brussaux. The curly-haired kid made his Instagram debut last March when both parents commented on their “beautiful family” in a series of cute pics of their toddler.
Meanwhile, Drizzy made a historic debut on the Billboard Hot 100 last month when his song “What’s Next” debuted at No. 1, while the tracks “Wants and Needs” featuring Lil Baby, hit No. 2, and “Lemon Pepper Freestyle,” featuring Rick Ross, came in at No. 3. With the three songs snapping up the top three spots, Drake joined The Beatles and Ariana Grande as the only acts ever to rank at Nos. 1, 2 and 3 on the Hot 100 simultaneously.
Check out the fan-captured clip below.
Drake shares a new video of Adonis ❤️ (Via IG Story) pic.twitter.com/mXW6xnpo7F
— Drake Charts ⁶ (@DrakeChart) April 5, 2021