Drake shares photo of his son celebrating 3rd birthday

Drake celebrated his son's third birthday and even shared some of the adorable photos on Instagram on Sunday.
In one post, the father-son duo smiles as they are surrounded by black and silver balloons. The 33-year-old Canadian rapper took the happy snapshot "Young Stunna".
Drake's mother, Sandi Graham, also appeared to be present at the birthday shenanigans. In an Instagram story, artist Toosie Slide shared a snapshot of Adonis hugging his grandmother, who was wearing a face mask.
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Dennis Graham, Drake's father, also showed the love of toddlers on social media by sharing a picture of them sitting together in front of a piano.
Next to it he wrote: "Happy birthday, my little pride and joy, I love you, little guy. You make me very proud to see that you are the one who continues the Graham tradition, Happy Birthday Grandson."
It's unknown if Adonis' mother Sophie Brussaux was there to celebrate as a family, but she didn't miss sharing her own birthday tribute on Instagram.
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"3 years ago I finally met you for the first time after a long 24-hour job," she signed a series of photos, including one of them in the hospital with Adonis.
"I'm so proud of the little man you are becoming, I love you more than life," she added. "The world is yours! We did that @champagnepapi."
Drake originally shared the photo of his son celebrating his 3rd birthday on goodmorningamerica.com

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