Drake Shares First Photos of His Son, Adonis

And we have Pusha-T to thank for bringing the family together.

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A short lifetime ago, the most-discussed topic of pop culture was the ongoing beef between Drake and Pusha-T.

Drake—Drizzy, Champagne Papi, Canada's finest export—is no newbie to feuds with his contemporaries. But in spring of 2018, just before Drake released his most recent album Scorpion, Pusha went where no opponent had gone before: confirming the longstanding rumor that the "God's Plan" rapper had a child.

Today, Drake finally seems to be owning up to his fatherhood, having shared a handful of photos of his son, Adonis, on Instagram. "I love and miss my beautiful family and friends and I can't wait for the joyful day when we are all able to reunite," Drake wrote in the caption, marking the first time he's posted photos (or directly acknowledged) his two-year-old child. With piercing blue eyes and a full head of blonde ringlets, they don't look much alike (as we've discussed, celebrity genetics are wild), but this proof of parenthood is as good as any. He also included a full-family shot featuring Adonis' mother, French artist Sophie Brussaux.

Whispers of Drake's potential fatherhood have been circulating for years, but no names had been confirmed until Pusha's diss track aimed at Drake, "The Story of Adidon," first surfaced. "A baby's involved, it's deeper than rap," Pusha says on the song. "You are hiding a child, let that boy come home...Adonis is your son / And he deserves more than an Adidas press run; that's real."

Considering how sneaky Drake had been previously about his child, it seems like we very well might have never known about Adonis if it weren't for the diss track. Who knew? Pusha-T: bringing families together since 2020.


Did Hailey Baldwin Just Vow to Kill Selena Gomez?

Thank God Selena got out while she could.

Selena Gomez

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Selena Gomez has released a new song called "Lose You to Love Me," which many fans think is a final goodbye to her famous ex Justin Bieber.

For anyone needing a refresher on the Baldwin-Bieber-Gomez love triangle, Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber famously dated on-and-off from the time they were teens. They broke up for the last time in March 2018; Bieber started dating Baldwin in June, and the pair got engaged in July.

After Bieber and Baldwin celebrated their wedding, fans watched Gomez's moves with bated breath. A sleepy, sad-faced selfie Gomez garnered over 8 million likes.

The social media drama has continued. Precisely four minutes after the star posted "Lose You To Love Me," a glittery piano ballad that erupts into a lush chorus, Hailey Bieber posted a screenshot of the song "I'll Kill You" by Summer Walker, a song that is mostly about a woman warning another woman to stay away from her man. Gomez's many devoted fans have criticized Mrs. Bieber, comparing each of their reactions in a series of scintillating Tweets. Many have pointed out that Gomez's song in no way seems to imply that she wants JBiebs back; instead, it seems to praise the end of a toxic relationship.

Bieber also posted something after Gomez's song dropped, though it's slightly more cryptic: An extremely high-definition image of a very annoyed-looking cheetah.

Personally, I'm happy for Selena. She's a complex, talented, strong woman and she shouldn't have to deal with somebody as obviously needy as Justin Bieber. In so many of the interviews with Bieber and Baldwin, Bieber seems to describe Baldwin as the steady, stable contrast to his heavily tattooed chaos, but really, it just seems like Bieber's looking for someone to take care of him. Thank god Selena got out of there when she could.

Still, maybe we shouldn't all be so quick to attack Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber. They're probably fighting like hell right now to preserve their marriage in the name of Jesus Christ, while Selena Gomez just released the best song of her career—which isn't saying all that much, but still. Anyone who watched them fall for each other in 2009 knows why this is so important.

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Eminem Fires a "Killshot" at Machine Gun Kelly

Shady claps back at Cleveland's native son on new diss track

Eminem'The Jonathan Ross Show' TV Programme, London, Britain - 15 Nov 2013

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Well, that escalated quickly!

The back and forth between Machine Gun Kelly and Eminem just reached a new level with the release of Eminem's new diss track "KILLSHOT". The diss is a response to MGK's song "Rap Devil" which was released on Labor Day where Kelly took shots at Eminem.

"Rap Devil" by Machine Gun Kelly

The war on wax stems from a song on Eminem's latest album "Kamikaze". On the song "Not Alike" featuring fellow Detroit emcee Royce Da 5'9, Em addresses MGK over some comments that he made about his daughter Hailie years ago. Kelly tweeted in 2012 that Hailie was "hot as f*ck". Daddy didn't take too kindly to Kelly's crass assessment of his daughter's anatomy and picked up his lyrical shotgun to make things right.

Eminem sat down with Sway in a series of interviews that have been released throughout the week. In Part 2 of the series, he goes into detail about his gripe with MGK. "The thing that he said about my daughter I didn't know about until a year and a half later" Em states "It never hit my radar...Then he starts doing a press run about Hailie and I'm like "What the f**k?!"

Em also goes on to address the rumors that MGK wasn't allowed on Shade45 (the satellite station owned by Eminem), having Interscope shelving MGK's album, and other rumors that may have circulated. When asked about the MGK diss, Em replied: "It's not bad for him". Will Machine Gun Kelly fire back with shots of his own or did Marshall Mathers fire the final round to quiet the Ohio outcast?