Drake took to Instagram to share an adorable new photo of his three-year-old son Adonis stretching his arms out and being cheeky for the camera.
Drake, 34, is sharing another cute pic of his son Adonis, 3, and it’s one of the best ones yet! The rapper posted the snapshot to Instagram on Sept. 13 and in it, the curly haired cutie is sticking out his tongue while his arms are stretched out wide. He was wearing a white short-sleeved top and light denim jeans and looked as happy as could be. Check out the pic HERE!
“I feel you kid 💖,” the proud dad captioned the snapshot. Once he shared it, his fans were quick to respond with compliments. “So cute!” one fan gushed while another called him “a young legend.” A third commented on how big he’s gotten and a fourth wrote how much they loved his full head of curls. Many more left heart-eyed emojis to signify their love of the photo.
Drake’s latest pic of Adonis, whom he shares with French model Sophie Brussaux, comes after he made headlines for rapping about his life as a father in his new song “You Only Live Twice.” One of the lines in the track, which also features Lil Wayne and Rick Ross, is, “I had to f**k a lot of girls to get a kid like this,” and even though he doesn’t mention his son by name, it’s presumed he’s talking about Adonis since it’s his only child.
Although Drake kept Adonis’ birth private for a while, he’s been all about sharing some of the sweetest moments with the tot since he went public with the news of being a dad. From posting other adorable pics and videos to bringing him on stage at the Billboard Music Awards, it’s clear to see he’s loving his new role in life.
Before his most recent cheeky pic of Adonis, Drake shared a funny photo, which can be seen above, of his mini me holding up a white board that he drew on with markers. “They keep asking for a track list…can’t seem to get one off 😂,” the “In My Feelings” crooner hilariously wrote, referring to his new album Certified Lover Boy, in the caption.
Live updates: The 2021 Emmy Awards
The cast and producers of Apple’s “Ted Lasso” scored a major W during July 13’s Emmy nominations and broke a record in the process.
With its 20 nominations, “Ted Lasso” became the most nominated freshman comedy in Emmy history, besting the 19 nominations “Glee” earned in 2010 for its first season.
The nods earned by “Ted Lasso” included best comedy, best lead actor (Jason Sudeikis) and a number of accolades for the show’s supporting cast.
Hannah Waddingham, Juno Temple, Brendan Hunt, Brett Goldstein, Jeremy Swift and Nick Mohammed all received nominations for their performances. (Yes, there’s a four-way “Ted Lasso” race in outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series.)
“Getting nominated for an acting Emmy is as thrilling as it is surprising,” said Hunt, who also shares two writing nominations with fellow writers Sudeikis, Joe Kelly and Bill Lawrence. “Not only was this kind of thing never something I was planning or pining for, but also I’m not even the “best supporting actor” on my own show. I am appreciative of, and humbled by, this recognition; but far more appreciative that so many of my castmates have received the same. We’re a team, but maybe we’re a team with a deep bench.”
The show also received two nominations for comedy series editing, one for best casting and three for outstanding directing for a comedy series. One of the directing nominations went to actor and director Zach Braff.
“I’m so honored and happy about this,” Braff wrote on Twitter.
“Ted Lasso” returned for its second season on July 23.
Photos: Emmys red carpet 2021
Updated 6:42 PM ET, Sun September 19, 2021
Celebrities are showing off their red-carpet fashion before Sunday night’s Emmy Awards in Los Angeles.
Cedric the Entertainer is hosting the event, which recognizes the best in television programming.
“The Crown” and “The Mandalorian” have the most nominations this year (24 each). “Ted Lasso” is right behind them with 20 nominations. Other shows with multiple nominations include “WandaVision,” “The Handmaid’s Tale” and “Saturday Night Live.”
Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham, 71, Says Ex Stevie Nicks, 73, May Not Be ‘Over’ Him
Fleetwood Mac star Lindsey Buckingham has claimed his ex Stevie Nicks might not be ‘completely over’ him, 45 years after they broke up.
Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, 71, suggested his ex-girlfriend and former bandmate Stevie Nicks, 73, might still have a soft spot for him. The musician previously claimed he was fired from the group after Stevie gave the band an ultimatum when he asked to delay a tour to promote his solo music. Now, he has said his ex of four years might not be “over” him. “There were a number of years where I wasn’t over her. It is possible that she has never been completely over me either,” he told The Times newspaper.
“The way we had to get through Rumours is part of the legacy and heroics of the whole thing,” Lindsey added, referencing their 1976 split amid promotion for their album Rumours. The break up came four years after they got together, but things hit the rocks after the release of what would become one of the best-selling albums of all time.
“We didn’t have time to heal or move on in the traditional sense. I think — and she was the one who moved away from me back then — that we both had to compartmentalize our feelings,” he explained. “That is not a healthy thing to do because those little compartments can remain sealed up for years until things start seeping out when you don’t realize.”
Lindsey continued, “I met the love of my life late and that gave me a whole other take on the world. Stevie did not have children. She went down a different route and has placed more importance on her professional life. How that played out in the last three, four, five years … It’s hard for me to know what her mentality is towards me, but I know what mine is to her because I’ve been married for 21 years and I have three children and it’s the best thing that ever happened to me.”
Stevie recently spoke out about her ex’s depiction of her in the media, emphasizing that she never had him fired. “His version of events is factually inaccurate and while I’ve never spoken publicly on the matter, certainly it feels the time has come to shine a light on the truth. To be exceedingly clear, I did not have him fired, I did not ask for him to be fired, I did not demand he be fired.”
She added, “Frankly, I fired myself. I proactively removed myself from the band and a situation I considered to be toxic to my wellbeing. I was done. If the band went on without me, so be it. And after many lengthy group discussions, Fleetwood Mac, a band whose legacy is rooted in evolution and change, found a new path forward with two hugely talented new members.”
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