Drake Calls Baby Mama a ‘Fluke’ in New Song


Remember back in 2018, when Drake announced that he had a baby boy in his song “March 14″ ? “I wasn’t hiding my kid from the world, I was hiding the world from my kid,” he rapped, immediately causing the entirety of the world to lose their minds.

Now a new song called “When to Say When” mentions the baby again.

Who’s the baby mama? Her name is Sophie Brussaux, and here’s what we know about her.

Sophie Brussaux, Drake’s Baby Mama

  • Brussaux is a French artist
  • She used to be a porn star
  • She lives in France with baby Adonis
  • Announced her pregnancy in 2017 and hired attorneys to prove Drake’s paternity
  • Attorneys also helped Brussaux seek child support from her millionaire baby daddy
  • Drake clarified their relationship in his song “March 14” off 2018’s Scorpion

One of the more revealing lines was, “She’s not my lover like Billie Jean but the kid is mine/Sandi used to tell me all it takes is one time, and it took was one time/S—, we only met two times, two times.”

Drake’s Relationship With His Baby

It’s not the most conventional relationship. As revealed through Drake’s music, it’s likely his affair with Brussaux was meant to be short-lived. But is a co-parenting situation necessarily worse than a long-term marriage that ends in fighting and divorce attorneys? It’s 2020, and Drake is demonstrating a new model of celebrity parenthood.

Brussaux living in France doesn’t make it easy for Drake, who has to travel constantly for work, to have a relationship with baby Adonis. Still, it seems that their relationship has improved since he rapped on Scorpion,

“I only met you one time, introduced you to Saint Nick/I think he musta brought you like 20 gifts/Your mother say you growin’ so fast that they don’t even really fit/But man, you know/I still had to get it for my boy though.”

But Drake later told LeBron James in an episode of “The Shop,”

“[He has] crazy blue eyes — baby blue eyes. He’s already in the pool shooting the basketball.”

He continues raving about Adonis, saying, “I’m just excited…[to use] all of the things I’ve learned from and through my father and the incredible things I’ve learned through my mother about patience, about unconditional love.”

In the new song he released on Saturday called “When to Say When,” Drake raps, “Baby mama fluke, but I love her for who she is.”

Social media lit Drake up for “dissing” Brussaux, but a fluke isn’t necessarily a bad thing, and it seems like the two have love for each other. In any case, it seems that Drake and Sophie both love Adonis to death, which is all that matters.