Drake celebrated three living generations of the Graham family in a touching Father’s Day post.

Drake posted a number of pictures with his son Adonis and father Dennis Graham on Sunday (June 16) as they enjoyed the countryside and rode dirt bikes that were custom built for the rap superstar.



The trio were also sharing a ranch theme with Adonis and Dennis both wearing cowboy hats.

Drake also wrote in the caption: “Three generations [love heart emoji]. Happy Fathers Day to the ones guiding their daughters and sons.”

Drake’s dad recently involved himself in his son’s feud with Kendrick Lamar, Future and Metro Boomin.

Following the release of “Like That” which kickstarted the heated beef, Dennis sarcastically hit out at Drake’s rivals.



“Yo I am about to drop some new music and I am not sure if it’s going to sell, but I am going to call some of my homies and get them to start a beef with Drake and get them to unfollow him and that’s going make my shit shoot up to number 1,” he wrote on Instagram.

“I’m sure this is going to work so let me get some people on board for this and watch what kind of attention this gets!!!!!!!!!!!! I WILL BE NUMBER ONE 1Day!!!!!!!!!!!!!”

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Despite him furthering the issues between Drake and his enemies, Dennis has previously played peacemaker when the Canadian has found himself beefing with other rappers.

Common recently revealed that Dennis was integral to him and Drake being able to put their issues behind them.



The Chicago rapper met Drake and his dad at the 2012 Grammy Awards, recalling: “And then his father was there and was like, ‘Y’all need to squash this.’

“And I was like, ‘Man, this an elder talking to me. This this man’s father. Let me chill out.’ And then Drake just was like, ‘I ain’t on this.’ So we just squashed it.”

He continued: “I was like, ‘Listen, if we face to face, then aight, I’m done with it. Even if it was some subliminal disses, I said what I had to say. Right now, we saying we squashing it. We good.’”