Sophie Brussaux: Drake's baby mama's journey from porn to Paris, and THAT meeting with the Pope!

Who is Sophie Brussaux is and where she is now?


                            Sophie Brussaux: Drake's baby mama's journey from porn to Paris, and THAT meeting with the Pope!
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Drake finally allowed the world to see his son Adonis, but the identity of his baby mama was revealed to be former adult film star Sophie Brussaux courtesy of rapper Pusha T who didn't hold back on the news. It's been two years, and while we don't have the slightest clue as to why Adonis was hidden from the world with his cute self, fans are more interested in finding out who Sophie Brussaux is and where she is now. Here's what we know about Drake's baby mama:

Born in August 1990, in Bordeaux, France, 30-year-old Brussaux is a former porn star, who went by the stage name Rosee Divine. After having grown up in France, she now lives in Paris with son Adonis and is settled as a painter, leaving the porn business on the back burner. Brussaux has showcased her artistry on Instagram with portraits of Angelina Jolie, Beyoncé, and Emma Watson. Her website reveals not only her form of artistry which would be pop-art and symbolism but reads Brussaux to be an engaged woman and an award-winning and published artist. 

Drake's baby mama has made quite a life for herself and son Adonis in France and is the founder and artistic director of Arts Help, an NPO that allows artist around the world to publish their works of art, encouraging them to make a difference. Her website boasts that it is "the largest creative community - 2.5 million to this date." She goes by her artist name Sophie B and her paintings have been featured in large exhibitions. The UN-Habitat Global Advocate had even presented an award to Brussaux and Arts Help for their "Icons With a Purpose" exhibition at the Toronto Design Exchange Museum in May 2019.

Needless to say, her identity as a former porn star has been overshadowed by her skill with a paintbrush. You can view the brilliant images here. Not to mention, Brussaux also recently met Pope Francis in November as she presented to him a custom portrait at the Vatican! "Such an honor to meet Pope Francis and gift him the portrait I painted for him in honor of his concert with and for the poor on Nov 9, 2019, I used green, the color of hope, with red, the color designated by @undp [United Nations Development Programme] to fight poverty," Brussaux wrote in her Instagram caption.

As for what she's up to now, the news section of her website, keeps her fans up to date on her latest artwork and exhibitions. You can also buy her art!

Disclaimer : This is based on sources and we have been unable to verify this information independently.