Drake's son Adonis chats up a storm in French – a look at their cutest moments

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Drake welcomed son Adonis with Sophie Brussaux in 2018. (Photo: Instagram/Champagnepapi)
Drake welcomed son Adonis with Sophie Brussaux in 2018. (Photo: Instagram/Champagnepapi)

Drake and his four-year-old son, Adonis, are cuteness personified.

In a one-minute clip shared by the rapper on Instagram, the little boy and his dad are hanging out when the boy asks him if he is going to be bigger than him.

“I don't think so, you're pretty tall,” the 35-year-old responds.

And when Drake asks his son if he thinks he will tower over him one day, he quips, “Yeah! I'm gonna be, like, old,” before asking his father if he wants to be taught to speak French.

The One Dance hitmaker shares Adonis with Sophie Brussaux (32), who's from France.

The pre-schooler says something in French and his dad asks him what he just said, to which he replies, “I said, 'When you're older, you're all broken, and you're gonna turn back into space.”

“Is that really what you said or are you just making stuff up?" Drake asks, who responds with an adorable giggle.

“You’re a funny guy,” his dad adds.

In 2018 Drake announced on his album Scorpion that he had welcomed his son with Sophie, a former adult film star. Although the pair are no longer together, Drake co-parents with Sophie.

Here’s a look at Drake and Adonis’ cutest moments.

Cuddled up

The pair enjoy quality time on the couch.

Adonis turns three

Drake posted a pic of him hanging out with his son in celebration of the boy's third birthday. 

Pool party

Drake shared this pic of Adonis enjoying a party at his Los Angeles mansion, which he's dubbed the YOLO house.

Happy fourth birthday!

Father and son sported cornrows as Adonis turned four.

At another birthday celebration - this time a race-themed party.

Beanbag dad

Over Christmas Drake shared a cute clip of Adonis and a buddy climbing all over him.

On a podcast interview with Lil Wayne, Drake got candid about fatherhood and how he decided to share pics of his son with the world on Instagram.

“I just woke up one morning and I was like, you know what? This is just something that I want to do.”

Drake said he wanted to be able to “go places with my son and share memories with my son”.

“I don't want to feel like just because of a life choice I made to be a celebrity that I got to make everybody live under this blanket... I just wanted to free myself of that.”

Sources: PEOPLE, Page Six, DailyMail  

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