Drake is self-isolating away from his young son Adonis, and is focusing on his music to pass the time until the pair can be reunited safely.
Like the rest of us, Drake is doing whatever it takes to pass the time while confined to his house amid the coronavirus outbreak. The Canadian rapper is quarantined in his Toronto mansion while his son Adonis Graham, 2, is nearby with mom, Sophie Brussaux. A source close to the “God’s Plan” hitmaker said Drake was focusing on his music while in isolation. “Drake is bored as hell even though he is writing and recording. He wants to be out and about, he wants to be watching Raptors games and getting ready for the NBA playoffs and being out and about but since he can’t do any of that his saving grace is Adonis,” the source told HollywoodLife exclusively.
“He loves checking in on him and always being a moment away from fun things he is doing, he is locked into his son’s day and making sure that all is well and he can’t wait to start taking him out and about. He is jonesing for that right now the most,” the insider added. Although they aren’t far away from each other, Drake is opting to stay away from his young son for the time being, as he hung out with pal Kevin Durant, who tested positive for coronavirus, in March. Another source told HL that Drake would “never forgive” himself if he put little Adonis at risk.