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Drake's Baby Mama Throws Serious Punches in Workout Video

By Ryan Naumann

Drake’s baby mama is showing us all how to throw down in the gym.

Sophie Brussaux, the mother of Drake’s son Adonis, posted video of her working out with personal trainer Hamza Lavezzi.

She was at the Street Fight Training Academy in France. She can be seen throwing some serious punches while sparring with her trainer.

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Brussaux not only knows how to defend herself but she is quite the artist. She lives in Paris and is known for her paintings of celebrity portraits.

Brussaux has shown off her artwork of Angelina Jolie, Angela Bassett, Amy Winehouse, Leonardo DiCaprio, Michelle Obama and Beyoncé. Brussaux also paints other things besides celebrities.


Drake’s son clearly has been inspired by his parent’s artistic talents, with the rapper sharing a finger-painting his son did last year.


Brussaux and Drake have kept things peaceful and appear to be co-parenting successfully.

Back in March, Brussaux showed up to one of Drake’s Paris concerts and was given the VIP treatment.

In the photos posted, Brussaux appeared with a friend and has a VIP pass hanging around her neck. She even posted video of her dancing from a private area of the venue.


Brussaux has not spoken publicly much about her relationship with Drake after it was revealed the rapper had a son named Adonis.

The rapper talked about his son on his album “Scorpion”. On his track “Emotionless” he rapped, “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 staring at your seed, you could never relate.”

He went deeper on “March 14” where the lyrics included, “Yesterday morning was crazy / I had to come to terms with the fact that it’s not a maybe / That shit is in stone, sealed and signed / She’s not my lover like Billie Jean, but the kid is mine / Sandi used to tell me all it takes is one time / Shit, we only met two times. Two times / And both times were nothing like the new times / Now it’s rough times/ I’m out here on front lines just tryna make sure that I see him sometimes. It’s breaking my spirit / A single father, I hate when I hear it.”

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