Drake shares photo of 6-year-old son Adonis’ marker-covered abs: ‘Shredder’

Drake’s son, Adonis, may have had too much fun with his markers.

The “God’s Plan” performer shared a new photo of the 6-year-old on his Instagram Story Thursday that showed Adonis lifting his shirt to show off his drawn-on tattoos and abs.

It’s unclear what design Adonis was going for on his stomach, but it appears to be some sort of grid.

Drake, 37, simply described his son with the caption, “Shredder.”

The “Degrassi” alum shares Adonis with French artist Sophie Brussaux.

Drake admitted to fathering his son in 2018 after rapper Pusha T’s diss track, “The Story of Adidon,” which alluded to Drake’s possible paternity.

“Shredder,” he captioned the Instagram Story photo. Drake / Instagram
The “God’s Plan” performer admitted he fathered a son on his album “Scorpion” after Pusha T alluded to it in a diss track. Getty Images

The actor-turned-rapper made the stunning confession on his album “Scorpion,” rapping, “Look at the way we live / I wasn’t hiding my kid from the world / I was hiding the world from my kid / From empty souls who just wake up and look to debate / Until you’re starin’ at your seed, you could never relate.”

Drake shared the first photo of his son on social media in 2020 and later explained that he wasn’t planning on posting the then-tot’s face.


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“It was great for me. It was great to just share that with the world,” Drake said on Lil Wayne’s “Young Money Radio.”

“I just felt like, it wasn’t even anything I talked to anybody about or anything I planned, I just woke up one morning and was like, ‘You know what, this is just something that I want to do.”

He shares Adonis with French artist Sophie Brussaux. sophieknowsbetter/Instagram
He shared his first photos of Adonis in 2020. Drake / Youtube

Since then, Drake has shared special moments from Adonis’ life, including extravagant birthday parties and matching ensembles.

The “One Dance” singer also has shown off his son’s talents as an artist by using one of his drawings as the cover art for his October album “For All the Dogs.”

The day of its release, Drake announced he’d be taking a break from music to focus on his health amid stomach issues.