Drake’s Son Adorably Bursts Into Tears Onstage As Dad Accepts Billboard Music Awards Honor

Drake’s 3-year-old son Adonis was the star of the present Sunday evening as his dad accepted his Artist of the Decade award on the Billboard Music Awards.

Adonis accompanied his dad onstage to just accept the accolade, awarded for the rapper’s dominance on Billboard Sizzling 100 charts and Billboard 200 album tallies in the course of the 2010s, in addition to social media knowledge and touring income from Billboard Boxscore.

With a crowd-shy Adonis clinging to his leg and the trophy, Drake spoke about his insecurities about his music all through his profession and the way it pushed him to maintain making extra. 

 “I do know that I’ve spent an incalculable quantity of hours making an attempt to research all of the issues I did fallacious. However tonight for as soon as I’m positive a hell we did one thing proper,” he stated. “I wish to dedicate this award to my pals. I wish to dedicate this award to my longtime collaborators. I wish to dedicate this award to all my friends ― all of your selections and the music you make actually has me tossing and turning at evening making an attempt to determine what I ought to do subsequent.”

“To my stunning household,” he continued, simply because the screaming followers apparently grew to become an excessive amount of for Adonis, who had burst into tears. “And to you. I wish to dedicate this award to you,” Drake concluded, laughing. 

Drake was adopted by Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, Rihanna, Adele, Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber on the highest artists of the 2010s checklist.

Drake, who has received 28 BBMAs to this point, holds the title for many Billboard awards after taking house 12 prizes in 2019. He was a finalist in seven classes at this yr’s present, together with prime artist, and received High Streaming Songs earlier Sunday.


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