Drake's baby mama, Sophie Brussaux, accompanied the 32-year-old Canadian rapper at his concert last night in Paris, France. Brussaux, the mother of Drake's one-year-old son, Adonis, was ready carpet-ready as she took centre stage at Drake's Assassination Vacation tour, and she couldn't help but show off some of her killer moves.
Drake's epic Paris performance at the AccorHotels Arena on Wednesday night was already making headlines before Brussaux made her dramatic entrance. As she danced the night away - all while double-fisting a couple of drinks - she took advantage of her all-access pass.
Since the birth of their son back in 2017 (on Drake's birthday, no less!), Drake and Brussaux maintained a close relationship to ensure Adonis was loved and cared for, no matter what.
This isn't the first time Drake used his celebrity-status to pull some strings for his son and baby mama. The family of three just recently took a flight on Drake's private jet during Christmas. Fans recently noticed that Drake even got a new tattoo in honour of Adonis.
Last December, Brussaux supported Drake during one of his many Kanye-related quarrels of 2018. Specifically, the comments responded to a Twitter post from Ariana Grande, in which she criticized Drake and Kanye's dispute as "grown men arguing", while she and Miley Cyrus were hard at work composing "beautiful new songs". Brussaux came to Drake's defence, claiming that she would "hardly call Kanye arguing with himself 'grown men'".
Drake's Assassination Vacation Tour made headlines earlier in the month when fans recognized that the track "Don't Matter to Me" from Drake's album Scorpion album was not included in the opening night setlist.
The song features previously-unheard Michael Jackson vocals, and although Drake refused to explicitly address the issue, rumours suggest the song's absence is due to HBO's airing of the controversial two-part documentary Leaving Neverland. The documentary depicts the accusations against Jackson for sexually abusing James Safechuck and Wade Robson as children.