The three-year-old impressively drills a few jump shots in a row on his mini-hoop while his mom Sophie Brussaux cheers him on. Drizzy’s Supah Mario-produced No. 1 hit “What’s Next” is also booming in the background, providing the soundtrack to hyping up Adonis.
As a basketball junkie, Drake could be hoping to groom Adonis and his blond curls into the next Steph Curry. Drizzy is a staple courtside at the Toronto Raptors games and it could be interesting to see him bring that same energy to Adonis’ games if he does continue to pursue basketball.
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Drake was recently in the headlines again when it came to his Scary Hours 2 collab with Rick Ross “Lemon Pepper Freestyle.”
During an interview with MSL Media last week, Rozay teased the long-rumored joint album between himself and Drake was a real possibility, saying, “After our latest release, his incredible project that he released … ‘Lemon Pepper Freestyle,’ we had that [album] conversation and it’s most definitely under serious consideration, real talk.”
Prior to having Ross hop on the track, Drake originally sent it to Rod Wave, who got cold feet and decided to take himself off what we now know as “Lemon Pepper Freestyle.”
“I was supposed to be on [‘Lemon Pepper Freestyle’], but I didn’t like how my verse came out,” the Florida crooner explained to Apple Music’s The Plug Radio show. “So I kind of scratched it. I didn’t like how my voice came out and you know with a Drake feature, you don’t want to, you know what I’m saying?”