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Is Drake Slamming Sophie Brussaux & Referencing Alleged Love Child Drama On ‘I’m Upset’? See Lyrics

Drake has kept silent regarding cases he’s the daddy of Sophie Brussaux’s child, however did he subtly reference the drama on his most current hit ‘I’m Upset’!? We’re taking a deep study the lyrics!

It looks like Drake is mosting likely to let his music do the chatting when it pertains to the rumors that he obtained Sophie Brussaux pregnant in 2017! Pusha T reignited the love youngster claims on a Drizzy diss track, “The Tale Of Adidon,” on Might 29, however days previously, Drake might have already referenced the experience on his very own song, “I’m Upset.” In the tune’s verses, Drake claims, “On a monthly basis I’m expected to pay her expenses and get her what she wants” and also “She don’t also love me, she simply puttin’ on a front, she gon’ try and also work out outta court and also make a run.”

It was formerly reported that Drake has actually been sustaining Sophie and also the infant economically considering that she obtained expecting, as well as these verses absolutely appear to confirm that! Drake has yet to speak up about the allegations versus him straight, so if this is a referral to Sophie, it’s the first time we’re hearing him discuss the matter. When Sophie initially made cases regarding Drake getting her expecting in 2017, he rejected the claims via his reps.

Nonetheless, he apparently had a change of mind in the process, as well as now believes the infant, Adonis, might be his, which is why he started making month-to-month repayments to Sophie, according to TMZ. The site additionally reported that Drake plans on taking a paternal examination to figure out the reality once and for all.

Drizzy dropped the music video for “I’m Disturbed” on June 13, and also it included a legendary get-together with his castmates from Degrassi. He likewise validated that his upcoming album, Scorpion, will certainly come out on June 29.

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