Drake Reportedly Brings Son Adonis on European Tour to Spend Some Quality Time

Drake will be using his presence in Europe for his Assassination Vacation Tour to spend some extra time with his son, Adonis.

Rap star Drake became a father for the first time in October 2017, when French celebrity Sophie Brussaux gave birth to his first child, Adonis.

Since Adonis and his mother live in Paris, Drake doesn't get to spend as much time as he'd like with his son, but that is now changing.

“I am a single father learning to communicate with a woman who … you know, we’ve had our moments.I do want to be able to explain to my son what happened.”

DRAKE'S COMMITMENT TO FATHERHOOD

Drake, 32, who was in an on-again-off-again relationship with Rihanna from 2009 to 2016, fathered his son during a brief affair with Brussaux. The two are not together but are amicable co-parents to their child.  

Drake will be spending time with his son during his Assassination Vacation European Tour which started on March 10 in Manchester, and will end on April 26 in Amsterdam.

Sophie Brussaux, 29, is a retired porn star who worked under the screen name, Rosee Divine.

FATHERHOOD AND THE CLASH WITH PUSHA T

The world first became aware that Drake had fathered a child when rival rapper Pusha T "outed" him, accused him of being a "dead beat father". Drake confirmed Adonis' birth in a song, "Scorpion."

DRAKE'S BABY MAMA SOPHIE BRUSSAUX

The mother of Drake's son is French, and a successful artist who has exhibited her work in New York, Paris, and Milan.

Sophie Brussaux, 29, is a retired porn star who worked under the screen name, Rosee Divine.

DRAKE IS DETERMINED TO BE A GOOD FATHER

Despite the geographical distance, Drake is determined to be a hands-on dad and FaceTimes little Adonis every day.

He FaceTimes his son e frequently sends private jets so that Brussaux and Adonis can visit him where ever he is touring.

He was spotted cuddling the adorable tot backstage at his Manchester concert, but no photos of Adonis have been posted. Drake is determined to protect his son, and keep him away from public scrutiny.

DRAKE REMOVES MICHAEL JACKSON SONG FROM EUROPEAN TOUR

Becoming a father may be part of the reason that Drake removed the Michael Jackson song "Don't Matter to Me" from the lineup for his European tour.

The decision comes in the wake of the screening of the controversial documentary "Leaving Neverland" in which the King of Pop's alleged pedophilic abuse of two men is exposed.

The song "Don't Matter to Me" is a track from his fifth studio album a "Scorpion," and features Michael Jackson's vocals.

This feature comes after Drake's father, Dennis Graham, openly stated that he supported R Kelly, who is facing 10 charges of sexual assault against 4 women, 3 of whom were underage at the time of the attacks.

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