It's no secret that nearly every celebrity has some sort of scandal in their career, but some are much bigger than others. For instance, when the world found out about Drake's baby mama Sophie Brussaux, it's safe to say that "nothing was the same" for the rapper.\nRewind back to May of 2018, if you will. Drake and fellow rapper Pusha T were publically throwing shots at one another in the midst of their beef, and while everything seemed harmless enough at first, that all changed when Pusha dropped a bomb — Drake had been hiding a son from the world.\nIn the track "The Story of Adidon", Pusha not only outed Drake for an old black-face photo but also revealed that the Canadian rapper had gotten an adult film star pregnant and that she had given birth to their son, who they named Adonis.\nThis news totally took the world by storm. Nobody knew whether they should believe Pusha's diss track, but Drizzy never denied Adonis as his own, and so his fans quickly began to congratulate him on fatherhood.\nAs you may expect, people were incredibly curious about the mother of Drake's child, and although she kept her life pretty private at first, Sophie Brussaux has started to embrace life in the spotlight.\nView this post on Instagram Cold mama A post shared by Sophie Brussaux (@sophieknowsbetter) on Dec 4, 2018 at 8:00am PST\nThe former pornstar was born in France, although she ended up moving to Toronto earlier this year after she accepted a job as Arts Helps Artistic Director.\nAs it turns out, Brussaux is a very talented artist herself, so this new job allows her not only to be closer to her baby daddy but also to show off her creative talents.\nView this post on Instagram An honor to be announced as @arts_helps artistic director. We spent months working days and nights, through time zones and jet lags, to bring you my solo exhibition “Icons With A Purpose” at the Toronto Design Exchange Museum in partnership with @unhabitat Thank you @mocpr, James, @noem3, Daniel, Ali, @nanfray and everyone else in the ArtsHelp community who was so involved in this project. Thank you @designexchange for hosting us in your wonderful museum. I look forward to our future projects together ARTSHELP A post shared by Sophie B. (@sophieknowsbetter) on May 5, 2019 at 11:18am PDT\nSince moving to the city back in May, Brussaux has kept incredibly busy between work, travelling, and taking care of Adonis.\nShe's taken the time to head back to France to visit her friends and family and has also posted photos in Spain, Italy, Amsterdam, and Rome.\nView this post on Instagram • 🇫🇷 Un grand honneur de rencontrer le Pape François et lui offrir son portrait peint par mes soins en l’honneur de son concert pour les pauvres, avec les pauvres, le 9 Novembre 2019. Un grand merci à @etihadmodernart de m’avoir offert cette merveilleuse opportunité 🙏. Le vert est la couleur de l’espoir, et le rouge la couleur de la lutte contre la pauvreté. • 🇺🇸 Such an honor to meet Pope Francis and gift him the portrait I painted for him in honor of his concert with and for the poor on Nov 9 2019. Thank you @etihadmodernart for giving me this amazing opportunity. I used green, the color of hope, with red, the color designated by @undp to fight poverty. • 🇪🇸 Un gran honor encontrar al Papá Francesco y regalarle en mano la pintura que hice para el, por la ocasión de su concierto para los pobres, con los pobres, el 9 de Noviembre 2019. Utilize el verde para simbolizar Esperanza, y el rojo representa la lucha contra la Pobreza A post shared by Sophie Brussaux (@sophieknowsbetter) on Nov 22, 2019 at 3:35pm PST\nDuring her trip to Rome, the mother of one was honoured to meet Pope Francis, and even gifted him with a portrait that she had painted of him.\nWhen she's not travelling, Brussaux spends her time in the 6ix mentoring students at Ryerson University, giving talks at York University, and putting in work as an activist at Toronto's City Hall.\nView this post on Instagram Such an honor to host today’s official #worldhabitatday in partnership with Urban Economy Forum and the City of Toronto. • World Habitat Day supports the @unhabitat’s mission to achieve @undp goal #11 : inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable cities. 2019’s theme is “Frontier technologies as an innovative tool to transform waste to wealth”. All waste produced by human activity continues to have a devastating impact on climate change, public health, and the environment. Here, turning waste into wealth, means using the untapped potential of waste materials which technologies such as AI, 3D printing, nanotechnology, and so on can help achieve. • In that spirit ArtsHelp launched the recycled backpacks capsule collection made entirely out of old vinyle billboards! • A big thank you to my wonderful co-host @mocpr and the whole UEF team. A post shared by Sophie Brussaux (@sophieknowsbetter) on Oct 7, 2019 at 7:08pm PDT\nIf her Instagram page is any indication, it's safe to say that Brussaux is on the come up in Toronto due to her strong work ethic. You never know, she might be as big as Drake one day!\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.