Drake’s Son Adonis Gets a Sweet Shoutout for His 6th Birthday from Mom Sophie Brussaux

“Happy birthday my favorite human

Sophie Brussaux wishes son Adonis a happy birthday



Drake’s son Adonis is getting a special shoutout for his big day.

On Wednesday, Adonis’ mom and French artist Sophie Brussaux, 34, shared an adorable post to her Instagram in celebration of her son’s sixth birthday. In the first photo, a baby Adonis sits amongst a pile of paper plates with paint smeared on them, covered in the green paint himself.

Another picture shows Brussaux cuddling up with Adonis, and a third photo shows the mother-son duo smiling as they take a selfie together, while Adonis holds up a melting ice cream cone.

“Joyeux anniversaire mon humain préféré, que j’ai co-créé il y a 6 ans déjà…que dieu te bénisse mon fils ♥️,” the proud mom wrote in her native French, which translates to, “Happy birthday my favorite human, who I co-created 6 years ago already…God bless you my son ♥️.”

Last week, Adonis played a starring role in his dad’s music video for his new song “8AM in Charlotte.” At the beginning of the video, an off-screen Drake, 36, began by asking his son Adonis about his artwork.

Adonis walked his father through his art, explaining what each thing he drew meant. At the end of the description, Drake asked his son how much he was paid for his drawing.


“Oh, please,” Adonis scoffed as the video faded into his father’s single.

That wasn’t Adonis’ only contribution to his dad’s new album FOR ALL THE DOGS. He also drew the cover art for the record, which his proud father revealed on his Instagram. “FOR ALL THE DOGS,” Drake captioned his post. “Cover by Adonis,” the Toronto-born talent added.


The Certified Lover Boy artist included his son’s illustration, which depicted a four-legged creature with two ears that appeared to be a canine. The animal’s body was white and featured red eyes as it stood in front of a black background.

In August, the “God’s Plan” rapper shared a video of his son with a piece of notebook paper in his hand as he repeated a line from Drake’s song “Rich Flex” with 21 Savage.

After drawing the artist performing on stage, Adonis wrote, “Dear Dad, I hope you have a great concert,” presenting the note as he bounced around singing, “21, can ya do somethin’ for me?”

In another video, Adonis sang the same lyric as he jumped around on the couch.

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